In December, I had a vine-ripe tomato sitting on my window sill. When I picked it up, the outside felt very bumpy, which was kind of strange. I know this picture is blurry, but maybe you can see the little off-colored bumps along the skin.
When I sliced it open, I was surprised to find that the seeds were growing.
Dozens of seeds had sprouted and were growing inside the tomato.
It was quite odd – I’d never seen anything like that before.
If it hadn’t been December, I would have planted the tomato just to see what ended up happening with it.
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You could try plant them in an indoor planter and see if they grow that way.
ok so they aren’t worms then? glad they are just seeds!
Nope – not worms. Sprouts of seeds. It was so weird.
I think I’d have to start it indoors or something … that is wild!
Ditto! Obviously that tomato likes that spot and wants to grow!
I’ve had that happen with store-bought tomatoes, too. I wonder what makes that happen.