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‘Anna’s Multiflora’ is an heirloom from the South Urals area near Chelyabinsk city in Russia. Named by Tatiana Kouchnareva after her grandmother-in-law Anna Kukharchik, who grew this tomato since the early 1990s.
Indeterminate, regular leaf, multiflora-type plants are heavy producers of round and slightly heart-shaped, dark red cherry tomatoes (1,4oz/40g) with pointy ends. Very good, well-balanced, sweet tomato flavors. Longkeeper – fruits can be stored well for a few weeks after harvest without losing their quality. Perfect as a snack or for salads. Midseason.