Tomato is a herbaceous, usually sprawling plant in the Solanaceae or nightshade family that is typically cultivated for the purpose of harvesting its fruit for human consumption. Savory in flavor (and accordingly termed a vegetable; see section Fruit or vegetable below), the fruit of most varieties ripens to a distinctive red color. Tomato plants typically reach to 1–3 metres (3–10 ft) in height, and have a weak, woody stem that often vines over other plants. The leaves are 10–25 centimetres (4–10 in) long, odd pinnate, with 5–9 leaflets on petioles
Ever look at some of your larger tomatoes and wonder if they’d be in the running for the Guinness Book of World Records?
Well unless they’re over 7 pounds, 12 ounces—yes folks, that’s a good-sized newborn baby—you’re out of luck.
Gordon Graham of Edmond, Oklahoma, holds the honor of growing the world’s largest tomato, which he harvested from his backyard greenhouse back in 1986.
In this picture below we’ll find out about how the World Biggest Tomato Looks like. Enjoy