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‘Syzranskaya Pipochka’ was bred in the 1990s in Syzran, Samara region*, Russia. This variety is very popular among gardeners who appreciate the old high-yielding tomatoes. Fruits are small (3-5oz./80-130g), elongated, fat, pinkish-red plums with pointy ends, and very thin skin. Excellent, good balanced tomato taste and outstanding production. Very good after shelf life – fruits can be stored for at least several weeks after harvest in a cool, dry, and dark place. Suitable for both, salads and whole-fruit canning. Indeterminate, regular leaf plants. Early.
*The city’s symbol (but not emblem) is the tomato. Tomato was brought here by merchants from Astrakhan a few centuries ago and did so well, that Syzran had supplied half of Russia with its fruits for a very long time in the past. So, the city’s nickname is ‘Tomato Capital’. There is a regional tomato festival held every August. All Syzran heirloom tomatoes are well known as delicious fruits.