Tomato seeds from fruit?
Well, I've been VERY lucky to find a beautiful, tasty tomato (type unknown) that grows in my new place. I know it doesn't sound like much of a feat BUT my location is very windy, with poor light, and not much space for a traditional tomato plant (as you can see in the picture) in part because it is grown on a railing (yep, plant is straddling a 4.5 ft tall fence). It's not very clear in the pitcure and since I can't attach another, it might be helpful to know the tomato fruit is a bright yellow, orange color and the size of cherry tomatoes.
Anyway, I am hoping to be able to grow these as much as possible BUT since I don't know the type I can't just go buy seeds. I am wondering if there is a way to harvest seeds from the tomatoes the plants produce this season. I've never done anything with seeds (other than buy and plant) so ANY and ALL advice on this process would be very, very,very welcome!!