The Brandywine is considered by many gardeners to be the best-tasting tomato available. I have to agree, although the yellow version is my personal favorite. This "potato leaf" variety is an old Amish heirloom dating back to the mid 1800's. Beautiful, smooth pink fruit weighing up to 1½ pounds.
Purported to have originated in Ohio, from Indiana and Pennsylvania roots.
Indeterminate (produces all season), Open-Pollinated, 80 days from transplant.
Sow seeds in full sun 1/8" deep one the temps reach 70 degrees in well drained soil. Add some peat moss & bonemeal to your soil.
Use "companion" plants to guard your tomatos from invasive garden pests! Plant basil, onions, chamomile, anise, geraniums, lemon balm and marigolds. These plants will help to keep those aphids in check! If you plant sunflowers away from your tomatos, the aphids will go there. Plant cosmos anywhere in your garden & the praying mantis will come and eat anything that moves! You want to have bees, butterflies & birds in your garden for a good balance. Nature will take care of the pests, no chemicals!
Be sure to read my "Tips & Tricks for Growing Tomatoes" which is included with your seeds.
Save some seeds to plant next year & have FREE plants forever!