From bottom left, around the outside: A ripe Black Krim, a not so ripe Black Krim, a counter ripened Big Beef and Green Berkeley Tie Dye.
The small ones in the middle, again starting from the left, Purple Bumblebee, (slightly above) Supersweet 100, back down to another Purple Bumblebee (to show the variation in shades) and bottom right is a sun gold.
I included some of the classics because colors are hard to capture and this way you can compare the exotics.
The classics, for me, are Black Krim, Supersweet 100 and Sun Gold. All of them taste yummy this year as other years. I tasted one Purple Bumblebee and want to reserve judgment. Haven’t tried the Berkeley Tie Dye yet, either. I will report back after tasting.
I do not have any large yellow tomatoes yet. Pineapple seedlings died in the tray and Gold Medal (formerly named Ruby Gold) haven’t ripened. The Gold Medal plants have stopped growing, acting like determinates, although Tomato Growers lists them as indeterminates.
In a normal year, the tomatoes would just be getting started now. With our severe drought and the longest heat wave that I remember, it’s hard to tell what will happen. I’ll let you know.