True Black Brandywine, Tomato

Rohrer Seeds

This variety was developed in the late 1920s by Dr. Harold E. Martin near West Chester, PA. It is believed Dr. Martin crossed a Red Brandywine with the original Brown Beefsteak to develop this variety. The potato-leaf-shaped plant is known to produce extra-large, deeply-colored, sweet-flavored, black to purple tomatoes. Indeterminate. (approx. 100 seeds/pkt)