Brownberry Cherry & Pineapple Tomato
So, we ordered several varieties of heirloom tomato plants online at the beginning of the growing season. Now, they're all grown up and starting to blossom and set fruit. Two of the varieties are completely new to us.
One is called Brownberry Cherry. It was described as one of the only truly brown cherry tomatoes. The other is the Hawaiian Pineapple tomato, which was described as large striped beefsteaks.
Now, I'm starting to wonder if at some point in the transplanting process I mixed the two up. They're both in pots on our deck. The one I have marked as the brownberry cherry is huge, with potato leaves. It's developing very large blossoms, and has one tomato developing. This tomato looks ribbed, short & squat. It's still smaller than a normal cherry tomato. However, the size of the blossoms and shape of tomato make me think it looks more like what I expected from the pineapple. The other plant has very small blossoms, and hasn't developed any fruit yet.
Has anyone grown either of these varieties in the past, and can describe the appearance of their plants as they were starting to grow fruit? I haven't been able to find any helpful pictures online.