My Brandywine Tomatoes Are Growing!

by KT

I live in AZ so we have a different growing season than I grew up with in PA. I started a few Brandywine Beefsteak Tomato seeds about Jan 14 inside in a ball jar. In a week they had sprouted and today, Feb 1, they are about 3" tall. I hope I started them early enough to give us a few before the heat kicks in. I will start some more in June or July for Fall planting. I can't say about the quality of the tomato but I can say they did germinate, I guess the rest is really up to me and the Cave Creek, AZ weather! So far, all my seeds from David's have germinated and are doing well.

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Dec 09, 2019
Brandywine Beefsteak Tomatoes
by: Juanita

Hi K from Arizona! I love beefsteak tomatoes. These are scrumptious and if you plant them correctly, they do very well. You are a very good gardener if you can get decent tomatoes. So glad they worked out for you as far as germination goes. So many plant them too deep and then the seeds don't have enough energy to grow out of the dirt. Thank you for choosing David's Garden Seeds®!

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