Tomato Seeds - Yellow Brandywine
- Seed Count: 25 Seeds
- Maturity: 75 Days
- Plant Type: Indeterminate
- Flavor Profile: Rich, Full Flavor
- Heirloom Variety: Prolific and widely planted
- Foliage: Heavy, potato-leaf
- Growth Pattern: Spreads over a large area
- Fruit Characteristics: Large, golden variety
History: The Yellow Brandywine tomato, an heirloom variety, has gained global popularity for its exceptional quality and taste. This variety shares similar characteristics with its orange-fleshed sibling, renowned for its productivity and delightful flavor. Brandywine tomatoes have a rich heritage in the world of gardening, cherished for their unique attributes and delicious taste, which many believe surpasses even the Pink Brandywine.
Uses: Yellow Brandywine tomatoes are celebrated for their rich and full flavor, making them a favorite among both home gardeners and professional chefs. The large, golden fruits are perfect for a variety of culinary uses, from fresh salads to rich sauces. Their exceptional taste enhances any dish, offering a gourmet experience to anyone who enjoys them.
Growing Habits & Planting Instructions: Yellow Brandywine is an indeterminate tomato variety, known for its sprawling growth and need for space. To cultivate these tomatoes, start seeds indoors about 6-8 weeks before the last expected frost. Transplant them outdoors in a sunny location with well-draining soil once the threat of frost has passed. Space plants about 24-36 inches apart to accommodate their wide spread. Provide support with stakes or cages, as the heavy, potato-leaf foliage and large fruits can weigh down the plant. Regular watering and occasional feeding will help ensure a healthy, productive plant. With proper care, gardeners can look forward to harvesting the large, golden fruits of the Yellow Brandywine tomato approximately 75 days after transplanting.