US origin but widely grown in Russia. Fruit of 300 to 400 grams of heart-shaped brownish-red type.
A variety that originated in the USA and is paradoxically widely grown in Russia. Named after a famous Swedish botanist, Carl Linnaeus (Caerl Von Linné).
Heart-shaped fruit weighing 300 to 400 grams. Brownish red skin, more intense at the shoulders.
Dense beefy flesh with a smooth texture, small lodges containing few seeds. Excellent old tomato flavour.
Large, even foliage, indeterminate growth. Second half of the season production.
Medium to big
+ or - 2m