Hard to review when it hasn’t arrived
This is an excellent product. Have done a 1/2 acre. Already sprouting up. Look forward to ground cover and Spring planting
The Pink Brandywine tomato is a legendary heirloom beefsteak slicing tomato with a delicious, rich, old-fashioned tomato taste. This medium to large size 8-16 oz fruit has pinkish flesh that is meaty and extremely flavorful. Said to be named after the Brandywine Creek in Chester County, PA, this is one tomato you won’t want to miss out on. Try it today and taste for yourself why it’s often been christened as “the best-tasting tomato in the world.” Indeterminate plants grow to heights of 4-6 feet.
Start seed indoors 5-7 weeks before last frost. Provide plants with plenty of light to avoid tall, spindly tomato transplants. A sunny south-facing window or grow lights will be sufficient. A heat mat helps to speed up the germination process. Optimum soil temperature for seed germination is 65-85 degrees. A few weeks before transplanting time, harden off plants by exposing them to an increasing number of hours outdoors each day. Delay transplanting until your soil has thoroughly warmed up in the spring; usually about 2 weeks after the your average last frost date. Set transplants in the ground and cover stem so that only 2-3 sets true leaves are exposed, resulting in a stronger root system.
Scientific Name: Solanum lycopersicum
Days to Maturity: 75-100
Seed Depth: 1/4-1/2"
Days to Sprout: 6-12
Plant Spacing: 15-24"
Row Spacing: 3-4'
Light Requirements: Sunny
Plant Height: 4-6'
Life Cycle: Annual
Frost Hardy: No
every seed sprouted, unfortunately I cannot attest to tomatoes yet. Too early!
Thank you for choosing our Pink Brandywine tomato seeds, Peggy! We are excited to hear that every seed sprouted and we cannot wait to hear how your harvest turns out. Happy gardening, and please keep us updated on the progress of your tomatoes!
The brandy wine seeds are good so far. The germination wasn’t quite as good as the romas, but still very pleased. The plants are growing well so far. They haven’t produced and fruits at this time.
Gary, thank you for your positive review and for sharing your experience with us. It's important to note that different seed varieties can have variations in germination rates.
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