ANNA BANANA RUSSIAN
Cultivar native to the USA. heart-shaped fruit of 100 to 300 grams gathered in clusters of 4 to 6 units.
Variety native to the USA, obtained from Michael Walker of Ellensburg who developed and fixed it from Anna Russian. Orange-yellow version of the latter, heart-shaped fruit of 100 to 200 grams gathered in clusters of 4 to 6 units. The peduncular insertion is not very deep and the trace of umbilicus is irregular and often hollow. Its lower part is veiled of pink with maturity, it is besides from this moment there that it reveals its soft and sweetened savour, before its savour is bland even insipid.
Flesh is dense and juicy marbled with pink. Tomato to all make salad, preserved coulis, drying. Flower with 8 petals and 10 fine and stretched sepals.
Finely cut foliage falling softly, reminiscent of Anna Russian no doubt.
+ or - 2m