>I saved some seeds from a Hybrid Tomato Plant that was called a tomato tree
>and I wonder if I can plant them to get the same results this year.
>Any help appreciated.
Hybrids may not breed true to type so generally the seed is not saved. So you
can't be sure of what you will get. You could get a plant identical to one of
the parents of the hybrid so it won't be the same--this is not to say that it
will be bad--the parents could very well be good tomatoes in their own right.
I have permitted volunteer plants from a hybrid planting to grow and they have
produced good tomatoes although they might not have been the same as the hybrid
they sprung from.
The plant often sold as a "tree tomato" is not a tomato at all and is not a
hybrid but if this is he plant you grew then the difference would be obvious so
perhaps this is not what you are talking about.