They are on a normal tomato plant that I am plant-sitting, adjacent to each other, the only two on the plant with horns. The one on the left has a left horn, and the one on the right has a right horn. 666!
That is so crazy. I remember you showing me this at VVC. I have no idea what causes that. I haven't heard of any breeds that do that, so I think they are just wacky tomatoes. My mom grew an eggplant once that looked like Richard Nixon. I'll have to scan and show the pic.
Joined: Mon Oct 11, 2010 4:02 pm Posts: 1928 Location: Spokane, WA
This explanation from an actual horticulturalist suggests there may be a genetic factor. I'd be very tempted to save the seeds from those tomatoes, replant them next season, and continue selecting for horniness. It would be kinda awesome to breed some heirloom horny tomatoes.
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