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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Sweet taste, large size
What are the cons? Fruit too heavy for plant .
Makes good sauce, meaty, and has a sublte sweet taste
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What are the pros? Size, Colour & Taste
What are the cons? Few flower buds up the vine
This was the first HUGE tomato that I have ever grown, WOW!!!!
The first flower cluster had three blossoms and I let them be so they set three fruit. The heaviest of the cluster grew to 1.19kgs, the second weighed in at 800gms and I forgot to weigh the third but it was slightly smaller than the second.
It was the show stopper of my garden with everyone that saw it asking if it was GMO hahaha! I had to keep telling them that it was Heirloom & I was growing organically!!!
I trellised my tomatoes up a string and maintain one vine, not sure if this contributed but thought I'd mention this. I did have challenges in my raised bed this year with a wilt and all my plants didn't last past 4 months, so I've switched beds and I'm looking forward to better growth next time!!!
I've saved seed for my next planting, this is definitely a keeper and I'm giving my friends seed as well.
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Huge fruit
What are the cons? Very few fruit.
The fruit taste was amazing. About 2 to almost 3 pounds a fruit. Despite so many blooms very few developed into a full grown fruit. I'm not sure if that was the nature of the fruit or the lack of pollinator.
13 out of 13 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Huge, meaty, and prolific
What are the cons? NONE
I'm SO glad I decided to give this variety another go this season. Last season I was very unlucky in the tomato department and this variety was no exception. Not a single tomato survived for me to sample. So this year I planted three German Pink seedlings and they grew into healthy, strong, prolific producers of huge, meaty, delicious pink tomatoes that I had the pleasure of eating fresh in a variety of different dishes (very versatile!!!) and putting away a huge excess for my family's enjoyment for months to come. The German Pink, Dr. Wyche's, and Hungarian Heart were my favorites this season... great producers!
What are the pros? Easy and delicious
What are the cons? None that I can think of.
We have been growing these in our greenhouse; second year for cuttings, and the first year I bought the original plant at our local Ace Hardware, so that is three years total, from one potted purchase.
They are heavy and very mild. My husband, who rarely eats any raw tomatoes, likes these.
So far, in the greenhouse, they can have a tendency for their skin to split, but not always. Maybe we are too far north, and the nights get too cool, so ripening may be slower than usual. But I think I will be growing this tomato as long as our cuttings keep rooting. It is wonderful!