I'm awaiting my first ripe tomato. Here are the green tomatoes on the vine, with their flowers as well. I think the first to ripen will be my Sweet Chelsea Cherry Tomato. There are at least three sprays of green cherry tomatoes on the plant.
I have quite a few green Roma tomatoes on my two plants.
The Pink tomato hasn't set fruit well and currently this is the only fruit developing.
Here is an unknown Heirloom tomato from a mix. It has a nice spray of three fruit set.
I think it is interesting that the Green Zebra flower has light and dark sections, just as the light and dark sections are developing on the fruit. I shared this seed with a friend and her five-year-old daughter asked me last month, "How do you know when a green tomato is ripe?" I don't know the answer to that. I guess we'll just have to see when it is soft and comes easily off the vine.
The Yellow Brandywine Tomato is having trouble with the fruit being malformed and cracking. I had the same problem last year, but I saved the seed because the tomatoes tasted so good. Someday I'll have to invest in better seed stock for this variety.