Freaky Fruits & Vegetables Part 2
Actually, these aren’t so much “freaky” as “differently developed”. They’re just an unexpected surprise when you happen upon them in the garden. Came across these cute little twins today:
Linda at rooftopgarden.com calles them “Kissing ‘maters”. These fruits are pretty small, about the size of standard cherry tomatoes. The twins appear to share a single calyx (the green leafy star at the top of a tomato fruit).
In other news I’ve seen two late season tomato hornworms… boooooo.
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