The ‘Brandywise’ tomato is said to pair the rich heirloom flavor of ‘Brandywine’ with disease resistance. Twenty Master Gardeners trialed it last year and it lived up to the hype, according to an article in the newest edition of WNY Gardening Matters, produced by the Master Gardeners of Cornell Cooperative Extension in Erie County.
‘Brandywise’ was very tasty and firm, free of diseases, prolific and easy to grow. The tomatoes ranged from three to five inches in diameter.
See more details in the article by Margaret Raupp.
Other articles in this issue are:
- “Plant Seeds Indoors or Not – That is the Question” by Carol Ann Harlow
- “Soil-less Potting Mix” by Vicki Bruning
3 Comments on “Spotlight on ‘Brandywise’ tomato & more from Master Gardeners”
You can buy plants of this tomato at the Master Gardener’s sale today and tomorrow at 1st Presbyterian Church in Buffalo at 1 Symphony Circle. 10-2:30 I believe are the hours. We bought one. Thanks!
Hi Bonnie, Whenever you want to know what garden centers have a particular plant or seed in stock, it’s best to contact them directly. Every garden center carries different items, and what it has in stock changes throughout the year. For stores and garden centers, check out our Gardening Directory. The company that worked with the Master Gardeners is Fruition Seeds.
Where can I buy the seeds or seedlings of this ‘new’ tomato?