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Riesentruabe Tomato

This is a Riesentruabe tomato. The tomatoes start out separate but grow together as they ripen. The tomatoes can be pulled apart like cloves of garlic for use.

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By Anna from Zanesville, IN

Riesentruabe Tomato

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By MsMin (Guest Post)
September 13, 20070 found this helpful

Where do you get the seeds?

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September 13, 20070 found this helpful

Wow, Anna!!! I've never seen this type of tomato before. They're so unique!!! Are they delicious??? I love home grown tomatoes. Thanx for sharing this photo and teaching an "old" dog a new bit of info (somehow I didn't think of it as a trick....lol).

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September 14, 20070 found this helpful

I have never seen such a thing. Where did you get them?

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September 15, 20070 found this helpful

Wow Anna ! Thanks for sharing. I've never seen or heard of such a thing. Bet they taste wonderful.

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September 15, 20070 found this helpful

When I enter 'Riesentruabe Tomato' in the Google search engine, I get the following question: "Did you mean 'Riesentraube tomato'?" And when I look at images of that tomato, it does not resemble yours. Where did you get the plant or the seeds. If you can't remember, would you consider selling seeds?

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September 16, 20070 found this helpful

I googled "Riesentraube conjoined tomatoes" and got lots of hits. Rareseeds.com has a very charming 84-page catalog you can download, and these tomatoes are listed under "Red Tomatoes." Riesentraube means giant cluster of grapes, it says.

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There are several heirloom seed websites listed there. Worth visiting even if you aren't an active gardener. I also found that our thriftyfun website has more photos of conjoined veggies.

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September 18, 20070 found this helpful

They are beautiful and thanks for sharing them. I am going to be on the lookout for seeds and think they will be a great addition to my garden tomatoes.

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