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Tomato Identification Help

Posted by Dan76 MD (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 6, 11 at 19:28

Anyone know what tomato this is or if its even a tomato plant? All my plantings in the back were destroyed by squirrels, but in the front of my house I found this growing. It has yellow flowers and leaves like a tomato and so far its creating an elongated fruit. It hasn't grown very high, maybe a foot, but it's spread about three feet around with a lot of flowers and unripe fruit right now. Was just wondering if its a real tomato or some random nightshade.

This is also the location where in January, I had my yard dug up because of a busted sewage line.

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RE: Tomato Identification Help

Looks to be some sort of cherry/grape line

RE: Tomato Identification Help

Hey, folks, any ideas about this? I was hoping to learn what this strange tomato-like plant is :-) Gary

RE: Tomato Identification Help

The intrigue of the volunteer plant. You don't if it will make "chicken salad" or "chicken $#@%"
Hope it's a good 'mater!

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