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Tomato Brandy Boy Seeds, packet contents 10 seeds

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Tomato Brandy Boy is a newly released hybrid version of the heirloom tomato - Brandywine.

This old time favourite is now even better - all the tangy, sweet flavour but with a better growth habit, better disease-resistance and bigger, earlier cropping.

This F1 hybrid will produce fruits up to 12cm across in the greenhouse.

Great for slicing for sandwiches and salads.

Tomato Brandy Boy Sowing Guidelines
When to Sow Seeds: Mid February to May
Germination Temperature: 18C +
Cover Seed: Lightly
Time to Germinate: 7 Days
Frost Hardy: No
Spacing Between Plants: 50cm
Growth Habit: Cordon
Plant Height: 180cm +

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Brandy Boy is an improved hybrid version of the heirloom tomato, Brandywine.

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Customer Reviews
Tomato Brandy Boy
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3 Reviews:

Strong plants excellent tomatoes
Rating:
11 August 2021  |  Mark

Have grown 4 tomato varieties this year (1st year with a greenhouse) and Brandy Boy was definitely the success story. All plants were strong and healthy and produce plenty of large fruits and all so far that Iíve eaten have great taste and texture. Will definitely be a tomato which I will grow every year. Excellent!


Good fruit, easy to grow
Rating:
10 January 2016  |  John

Brandy boy are the best beef tomatoes I've grown will be ordering again


The best tomatoes I've ever tasted
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10 February 2015  |  Sue

These are the only variety I now grow - they are unbelievably delicious, thin skinned, no gloopy seeds, taste and texture are lovely - the ultimate tomato to grow under glass in this country, no idea why they're not more widely known.