Yellow Brandywine

Growing Yellow Brandywine can be maddening. When it’s good, it’s very very good, but when it’s bad it’s awful. All strains (and there are several) develop irregularly-shaped fruits in extreme weather fluctuations. Good appearance correlates closely with good eating quality. Compost the weird-looking fruits; enjoy the good ones! Large slightly ribbed 1 lb fruits with an identifiable ring scar at the blossom end often remarkably smooth, with a creamy texture and rich complex tangy flavor. Not the highest yielding. Potato-leaf foliage. In the running for best golden tomato, but by no means a shoo-inHeirloom – 16 oz tomatoes – Indeterminate




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