By the end of June, many of the tomato plants had already set fruit. By June 25th Sungold had set the most, with 20 fruit that were 1 cm or larger. Its first fruit even began blushing by June 25th, about 2 1/2 weeks earlier than in 2013 even though the Sungold planted was slightly smaller and was only planted 10 days earlier than the year before. The other cherry tomatoes (Chadwick, Sun Sugar, Black Cherry, and Matt's Wild Cherry) had also set fruit by June 25th.
By June 21st the Sungold plant had several trusses of fruit
By June 25th fruit were blushing on the Sungold
By June 21st Sun Sugar also had several trusses of fruit
By June 21st Chadwick also had set several fruit on a truss
Of the larger varieties, only Jet Star, Japanese Trifele Black, and Green Zebra had set fruit by June 25th, but the other larger varieties (Cherokee Purple, Paul Robeson, and Moscovich) had a few trusses with open flowers.
Green Zebra with several fruit on June 21st
Japanese Trifele Black with several fruit on June 21st
Japanese Trifele Black with several fruit on June 25th
Jet Star with several large fruit on June 21st
The largest fruit on Jet Star was about 2.5" in diameter on June 25th