Still rare but becoming increasingly popular, ‘Black Prince’ is Russian in origin coming from Siberia originally. While you might expect that just getting a tomato to fruit at all in those short Siberian summers is a triumph in itself, the Siberians set their sights higher. They nurtured this heirloom plant with the small, round, 2 to 3 oz fruit because of its outstanding taste that still has chefs around the world clamoring for it in their restaurants! The fruit is distinctive with garnet red color and deeper and varying colors when you slice it. It’s perfect for fresh eating, canning and growing as a patio tomato because of its smaller, less aggressive vine.