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June 18, 2001
3:45 PM

Post #6719

I have two of these plants, given to me in April by GrannyLois.

Each plant is massive and has about 5 clusters each (with new ones forming all the time).

The furthest cluster along is shown here.

The riesentraube tomato comes from Germany (of course) and is an indeterminate heirloom. I will be offering seeds for trade soon.


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Richmond Hill, GA
(Zone 8b)

June 18, 2001
3:53 PM

Post #84306

Beautiful, Dave!

(Zone 5a)

June 19, 2001
3:01 PM

Post #84631

Dave I have some grape tomato seed from Germany so keep me in mind when you do trade.
(Zone 10a)

June 19, 2001
3:06 PM

Post #84635

egads!!! your growing season is so much farther along than mine...they look yummy yummy - i can practically smell them from the picture and certainly my mouth is watering too... enjoy them for me too...
Chicago, IL

February 9, 2008
3:25 AM

Post #4514284

Hi ... I was just introduced to these prolific tomatoes. I would like to acquire seeds for our church garden club ... any ideas????????????????????

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