Two different plants from one campari tomato

by Len
(Vancouver, BC)

I planted seeds I had from a campari tomato and now have two different plants. I actually have four plants but three look the same.

The leaves are pointed with sharp serations. the fourth plant has much broader leaves with rounded tips and small rounded serations.

I will be transplanting soon into an earthbox and only have room for two so I want to choose the ones that are most likely to produce campari tomatoes.

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