Jeff Grossman/NYC wrote:Those look good. How long has the growing season been? (Are they ahead or behind other tomatoes in your garden?)
They are behind other tomatoes for ripening. They were the first to set fruit, but the last to ripen, and only half of those on the vine are ripe enough to eat. I planted them in May from already establish, gallon sized plants. They take a good 85-90 days for fruiting and ripening. They look a great deal like plums. Can't wait to taste one. I'll report back.