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Brandywine Pink Tomato

Solanum lycopersicum
50 Seeds/pktBrandywine pink Tomato (Indeterminate) 50+ seeds Fruit heirloom garden vegetable.
  • Climbing (indeterminate)
  • Amish heirloom variety
  • Large pinkish fruit to 450g
Climbing. Amish heirloom variety. Very large flat red fruit growing up to 450g. Meaty pink/red flesh. Superb flavour that is considered to be among the best tasting tomatoes available.
 

$2.75 inc GST

$2.75 inc GST

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Product Description
Planting Guide

Product Description

Brandywine pink Tomato (Indeterminate) 50+ seeds Fruit heirloom garden vegetable.

  • Climbing (indeterminate)
  • Amish heirloom variety
  • Large pinkish fruit to 450g

Brandywine pink tomato Climbing. Amish heirloom variety. Very large flat red fruit growing up to 450g. Meaty pink/red flesh. Superb flavour that is considered to be among the best tasting tomatoes available.

Brandywine pink tomato will never win an award for the prettiest tomato, but it just might win for tastiest. This is a rich, full-flavored tomato that doesn’t disappoint. The fruits are large, about a pound (454 g.) each, and are often a little misshapen or ridged. The skin is a pinkish-red colour, hence these tomatoes are often referred to as Pink Brandywines. These tomatoes can be used in a variety of ways in the kitchen, but they are prized for simply slicing and enjoying raw and fresh right off the vine. They do ripen later in the season than other varieties, but the wait is well worth it. How to Grow a Pink Brandywine Tomato Growing Pink Brandywine tomatoes isn’t much different from growing other tomatoes. The plants need full sun and should be spaced 18 to 36 inches (45 to 90 cm.) apart or in separate containers. Soil should be nutrient-rich and should drain well and regular watering is crucial. The plants need one to two inches (2.5 to 5 cm.) of rain per week, so water as needed. Insufficient water or watering that isn’t consistent can lead to cracking of the fruits. With good Pink Brandywine care, you should get a modest harvest as much as 30 days after other varieties of tomato. This type of tomato plant is not a big producer, but it will give you some of the tastiest tomatoes you have ever had, and fruits long after others have stopped producing.

Planting Guide

Method: Direct
Planting Depth: 5mm
Best Planting Season/s:
Germination: 5 to 10 days at 21-27ºC
Life Cycle: Annual Frost Tender
Plant Height: Indeterminate
Row Spacing: 60-70cm
Plant Spacing: 50cm
Position: Full sun
Days to maturity/flowering: 70-80 days
Other: Plants need staking. Prune plants to two main stems. Keep well-watered. Pick when mature to encourage more fruit. To reduce the risk of disease do not water overhead. Rotate crops: do not plant in the same position two years in a row.
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