RL Earl's Faux & Stump of the World
I can only grow nine tomato plants, and I'm planning to grow one each of nine different kinds. I have three starts of each kind and intend to choose the best one of each type when it comes time to plant out. Two of my choices -- stump of the world and Earl's Faux -- are supposed to be potatato leaves, but in each case one of my seedlings appears to be a regular leaf plant. I purchased the seeds from Tomato Growers Supply. I've been very careful about labeling and don't believe I've mixed up any seeds. The seeds were planted March 9 and look healthy. But it looks like the RL plants are a little larger. Should I just reject them out of hand, or should I consider the possibility that they are true to type? How often does this happen?