A rare and totally unique tomato! An heirloom variety, originally from Russia, brought to Canada in the 1890s. Small, tasty red cherry tomatoes are produced on very compact, prolific plants, up to 24”, that can be grown outdoors in containers in summer, then brought into the house. In fact, if you live in an apartment, this variety can be grown entirely indoors in a warm, sunny window, and can potentially live 10 years or more! Tip for growing indoors: keep a humidifier running near the plants or spray them with a fine mist of water frequently. Cut the plants back in spring to encourage productive new growth.