Do any of you see what's so weird about these tomatoes? I mean, besides the fact that they're healthy for once?
Okay, okay, okay. Sigh. Look closer, students. Sing: One little tomato is not like the other.
Yes- this is, indeed, students, one and the same plant. One is flat like a big tomato and the other is normal like an early girl. And no, they don't become less flat as they get bigger-look at that baby one next to the round one.
I think we have a curious case of cross pollination boys and girls! It so happens that next door to these (supposed to be) early girl tomatoes are the beefmaster hybrid tomato plants. Cross pollination in tomato plants is a first for me. :D