Yes, that is a tomato plant growing out of an elm tree.
I love you, Central Park.
Growing heirloom tomatoes was a particular focus of mine for a few years. I never saw one growing from a tree, though.
I just want to know how it happened! Tomato randomly carried there by a nesting animal? I don’t think someone would’ve planted it in there on purpose…but then you never can underestimate people in this city….
Tomato seeds can survive a lot! Here in our town, there are tomato seedlings growing after the waste water treatment process. Ewww or YAY, depending on your perspective.
Thanks for the comments you’ve shared in other places. Your perspective has been helpful.
You’re more than welcome!
I’m always surprised by the hardiness of plants. Especially those trees growing out of a brick wall.
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