- Brandywine, Texas
Medium-sized, slightly ribbed, oblate, variably shaped, pink (red from other vines) fruits with excellent flavor: rich, fairly sweet and delicious – true to the Brandywine name. Indeterminate,
potato leaf vines struggle to produce much from 78 days. Developed by Brian Ritchie of Bastrop, Texas to withstand high heat and humidity – likely produces better under such conditions than in the high dry desert of Utah.