I have a very fancy-pants plant light installed and that I use for seedlings in the spring. Well, I decided that I will grow tomatoes this winter. I have planned to do cherries, figuring they'd be easiest, but I discovered a 16", well developed volunteer in one of the deck pots as we were tidying up for end-of-season.
Problem is that I have no idea what it is. I can tell from the leaves that it is an heirloom, but I grew several in the vicinity. I hope it is one of the yummier ones.
We tend it carefully, using a cheap battery toothbrush to move around the pollen. It is working. Right now there are about a dozen tomatoes growing.
I have much to be thankful for.