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  1. #1
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    Brandywine Tomatoes in the Garden

    Mine came on late this year but that is good since my other tomatoes are about done. I started them from seed since I could only find them sold as singles and they are expensive. My vines are not terribly productive but the fruits are large. I sliced just one tomato for a family gathering of about a dozen people and had a few slices left over. The fruit is dense, pinkish, and much sweeter than other tomatoes, with no acid aftertaste. Also the vines do not blight in late summer. So if you have room in your garden next spring, keep them in mind.

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    Feb 2004
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    Re: Brandywine Tomatoes in the Garden

    I've never heard of that name of tomato. Sounds like it would be yummy. I'll have to google it to see a picture. I do love tomatoes. Mine are all gone.
    Have a great day!
    CJ

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