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4 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Love the large meaty fruits
What are the cons? slow to set fruit and mature
This will be my go-to tomato from now on. Prolific, large tomatoes were wonderful. I normally grow mostly paste type tomatoes and German Pink although not a paste tomato fit right in. Great for fresh tomato sauce or slicing and eating on a sandwich. I live at 7,100 feet and grow these tomatoes on my rooftop. The nights are cooler and days can be dry, windy and hot. These tomato plants grown in pots took it all and produced well. All my friends were happy to receive Germain Pink gift bags!
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6 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Big fruit
What are the cons? Patience required
These tomatoes are good for the person who like their tomatoes large! The problem is, because they're a large-fruited variety, they take a while to mature. They stay green on the plant for a long time before they turn pink. They also have the tendency to have a hard core, and the fruit is not as seedless as described, but still meaty and makes a good hamburger or sandwich tomato. Can also be frozen. Has a mildly sweet flavor. I will grow these again!
4 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Nice flavor
What are the cons? Prone to disease in the south
Started indoors along with 6 other varieties. Germinated quickly at almost 100%. Plants grew well until our humidity kicked in around May.I believe because of the very wide foliage that this variety is not a good candidate for high humidity. Although we did get nice fruits for a while the plants did not last thru August. What did ripen was good toasting large and nicely formed. Darn humidity.
2 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Pleasant taste
What are the cons? Low yield, skin problems
German Pinks generally taste like sweeter, milder Brandywines. Unfortunately, it turned out that the local hornworms had a taste for fine German cuisine and they gobbled up most of my tomatoes. The seedlings flourished in a pot and grew five feet tall, however, they yielded only a handful of tomatoes. Many of them had thin skin problems, which caused them to quickly rot after ripening. Better luck next year.
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