90 days, indeterminate — The plant has “potato-leaf” foliage with very large, boat-shaped, reddish, pink fruits averaging between sixteen and twenty four ounces each. The flavor is exceptional and of gourmet quality. Fruits ripen gradually over the season. Like many of the larger blossomed, potato-leafed varieties, it is not a heavy producer. Pollination can be improved by flicking the blossoms with your fingers or gently shaking the plants.
The site notes that the pink is redundant. i.e. Brandywine is a pink tomato, not this is a pink variant of Brandywine.
Purchased from Victory Seeds
Tomato 'Brandywine Pink'
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