40+ Seeds. In German, the name means "Frembgen's Rhineland Glory". And it is a glorious variety! I received 10 seeds in 2013 from a friend in Europe who said it was a real producer. It turned out to be an exceptional producer. I was really impressed with the regularity of the fruit, and the fact that the tomatoes on each truss would ripen at the same time. I would pick the whole truss rather than individual tomatoes. It's really neat to lay out a truss of 5-7 fruit, all of which is perfectly ripe (see photo). The tomatoes are about the size of a golf ball and seem to be perfect for small slices. Nice strong tomato flavor and quite juicy. They pack a lot of flavor in such a small fruit. 65 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate.