By this time last year, I had already started getting red tomatoes. This reddish Roma is the closest so far.
All three plum tomato plants I planted are healthy and productive, but none have ripe fruit yet.
As I posted earlier, last year's cherry tomatoes took over my garden, so this year I decided not to have any cherry tomatoes, but several cherry tomato volunteers kept popping up.
I pulled most of them and decided to keep just this one.
But weeks later I noticed I had missed another one that had sprung up in a part of the garden I hadn't planted.
As you can see from the cracked soil, I have done absolutely nothing to encourage this plant. The soil isn't tilled or fertilized, and I have never watered it. I don't want this plant, but I've decided not to pull it. I've decided to leave it, but not water it or anything, just as an experiment to see if the already minimal work I put into this is actually necessary.