Other than that - wow! The most frequent height gain over the course of the week was 5 inches (16 plants); the possibly ailing Rosella Crimson gained an inch, and a few really shot up - Jade Beauty, Beryl Beauty and Sean's Yellow Dwarf putting on 8-9 inches. Overall, the average gain in height was 5.5 inches per plant.
Most common plant heights are 19 inches (4 plants), 20 inches (5 plants), 21 inches (4 plants), 22 inches (5 plants), and 23 inches (5 plants).
A whopping 24 plants set fruit already - 6 others have open flowers, and 8 have buds. I've been starting to collect data on how far up the vine the blossom clusters form, and how many flowers form in each cluster - that's information to share later on.
In general, the Sneezy and Nosey offspring tend to be the tallest, and the Cheeky and Grumpy family members the shortest.
Top row - two views of the rear driveway line of Dwarfs, and one view of the side line up.
Next row - closeup of a Dwarf, the possibly unhappy Rosella Crimson, and a large open blossom
Third row - Green fruit - Dwarf Beryl Beauty, two from Dwarf Pink Passion
Last row - Dwarf Golden Heart first fruit.