The largest fruit is about 2" in diameter on Green Zebra by July 29th
The largest fruit is about 1.5" in diameter on Black and Red Boar by July 29th
The largest fruit on the first Paul Robeson was a fused tomato with 2" and 3" halves
The largest fruit on the second Paul Robeson plant was 3.5" in diameter by July 29th
The largest fruit on Spudakee was 2.5" in diameter by July 29th
The largest fruit on Vorlon was 2.5" in diameter by July 29th
The first Black Krim plant had 8 fruit set while the second only had 4 fruit since it was planted two weeks later to replace a plant that was uprooted. An Indian Stripe was also planted on June 28th to replace another plant that was uprooted. The Indian Stripe also only had 4 fruit larger than 1 cm in diameter by the end of July.
The largest fruit on Black Prince was 2" in diameter by July 29th
The largest fruit on the first Black Krim plant was 2.2" in diameter by July 29th
The largest fruit on Indian Stripe was 1.5" in diameter by July 29th
Two of the plants grown, Rosella Purple and Tasmanian Chocolate, are part of the Dwarf Tomato Project. The quality of the Rosella Purple fruit has been reported to be comparable to Cherokee Purple, and the flavor of the Tasmanian Chocolate tomatoes should be balanced and very good. However, the yields seem to be much lower than Spudakee and Vorlon, with Rosella Purple only having 3 fruit set and Tasmanian Chocolate only having 5 fruit set larger than 1 cm by late July. Tasmanian Chocolate fruit also has quite a bit of catfacing.
The largest fruit on Rosella Purple was a fused tomato about 1.5" wide by 2.5" long
The largest fruit on Tasmanian Chocolate was 2.5" in diameter by July 29th
The only large non-black tomato I grew was Orange Strawberry, which was expected to produce orange heart-shaped fruit. However, my fruit have an oblate shape. The plant is also later and not very productive, taking 39 days to set fruit, the longest of any plant I'm growing this year, with only two fruit set larger than 1 cm by late July.
The largest fruit on Orange Strawberry was 1.5" in diameter by July 29th