bri80 wrote:Not to imply the OP is deliberately misleading (maybe the tomatoes fell off and landed in the celery in a way that they didn't come apart easily, and the OP thought they were the same), but I don't think this is legit... if you look closely at the photos you can see where the tomato stems are cut off/broken off like normal from a tomato plant, and sitting within the leaves of the celery in a manner that makes it look, at first glance, to be the same plant. You can even see how the smooth celery stems are different from the hairy tomato stems.
I don't think celery and tomato, being separate species, can cross. They're not even closely related.
OP, can you explain/post better pictures, or a youtube video?
It's a joke!!
The OP is being deliberately misleading for fun.
No way this could happen in nature and even with gene splicing, I don't think it would look like that....