Yellow Riesentraube is a productive cherry tomato that produces numerous clusters of fruit on tall vines. Their name actually means "giant bunch of grapes." The juicy little fruit pack a big tomato flavor, which is unsual for a yellow. These were very productive, even with our unpredictable Midwest weather. These were originally offered to the public by Seed Savers Exchange.
Season: early to mid-season
Type: OP Heirloom
Uses: salads, fresh eating
Soil Requirements: 6.0 to 6.8 (mildly acidic),6.6 to 7.5 (neutral)
Propagation Methods: From seed, sow seeds indoors 6 weeks before last spring frost. Sow 2-3 seeds per pot and thin to one plant per container. After four weeks, transplant seedlings to larger pots, and about 10 days before the last spring frost, begin hardening the plants to the outdoors. Transplant your plants to a sunny, highly composted location when soil temperatures are at least 55 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit . Stake or cage the plants for support and to prevent sprawling on the ground.
Other Details: Average water needs, water regularly, do not over-water