50+ Seeds. This Russian heirloom was sent to me by a good friend in Europe who claimed it was a big producer. It was certainly a big producer here in central Ohio during the past 7 years. Out of the 20 new tomato varieties I grew this year, it produced the most fruit per plant. As the photo shows, the fruit are dark red in color, and have a distinct point on the bottom. They average about 1.5" in length and have a rich, distinctive flavor. They are an excellent salad tomato, either whole or sliced in two. They have also passed the family spaghetti sauce test. 55 days, Open-Pollinated, Indeterminate.