Are there different types of tomato leaves?
There are two BASIC leaf types, Regular & Potato Leaf; there are also variations of both, such as Rugose–an often darker green puckered surfaced leaf, or Angora–a hairy (pubescent) type regular leaf, not to mention here some variations of the basic potato leaf, and even at least 1 or 2 little known varieties with variegated foliage–that is, different colors besides green (usually white, beige or a cream color) on the same leaf. Regular Leaf ( often abbreviated RL); This is the typical leaf type that most folks are familiar with. The leaf edges are serrated or tooth-like as some say. There’s almost an infinite number of variations on this basic theme in terms of width/length of leaf, leaf color in terms of various shades of green or green/blue tint, etc., depending on the specific variety and also climate and growing methods. Some leaves are very narrow and are sometimes called dissected because they look like a saw tooth cut them. The leaves of many heart shaped varieties and some p