Anna Russian tomato is a famous heirloom for good reason. The large, pink fruits weigh up to one pound, and they are produced in abundance. They have a fantastic, sweet and juicy flavor that is unique to heart-shaped tomatoes. It's one of our all-time favorites.
Because of the wispy, drooping foliage, people always ask if the Anna Russian tomato plants are dying. No, it's just how they look. Don't worry. Be happy!
Sowing Anna Russian Tomato Seeds:
Sow seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost date, 1/8" deep. Transplant tomato plants outside when danger of frost is past. Full sun. Spacing 2-3'.