I am not a fan of Brandywine- unlike every tiresome, fawning garden writer who probably lives in a New York highrise and has never even seen one. If its name was Pink Poopy-Doo Doo nobody would probably care about it. Its that name, Brandywine, that makes people buy it. For a lot of years now, this variety has been shoved down our throats as the most amazing tomato ever. Is it good? Sure- if you live in Iowa. Here in the deep South, it really struggles. I hate the fact that it is offered so much on racks in box stores in the late Spring; unsuspecting people get sucker punched and waste so much time and space on it. Most people get a straggly big plant and one, maybe two (if they are lucky) fruits. If you get them in the ground early and we have a calm Spring with out late frosts, you can do well with them; most people plant them way to late. Ok, all that aside, I do have these plants available. I have some customers who do ok with them and really like 'em. Maybe try one and see if you too will become a believer. Fruits are large, pink and when all the stars align, a very complex, delicious flavor. They also are a potato leaf variety.