I think that there are lots of interesting things going on with the peppers and eggplant; we need to harvest, I need to assess the ornamental hots - probably within the next few days.
The following tomatoes are tasting great and bearing well - Mexico Midget, Tiger Tom, Sungold, Little Lucky. And that's pretty much it in terms of good yields.
These are yet to really come in, but the flavors are just fine - Cherokee Chocolate, Cherokee Green, cherokee Purple (what else is new...that trio always tastes great to me), and Polish.
And these dwarfs equal in flavor or nearly so to the indeterminate varieties - Perth Pride, Dwarf Emerald Giant, Summertime Gold, Sleeping Lady (best it's ever tasted to me), Dwarf Beryl Beauty, Rosella Purple, Adelaide Festival, Rosella Crimson, Dwarf Golden Heart, an unexpected green heart F2 from Fancy, Dwarf Lemon Ice, Dwarf Pink Passion, and Bundaberg Rumball. Many of them are having a hard time with disease.
I've got three trays of dwarfs yet to be tasted.....
The big question - will the indeterminates and dwarfs in the big garden (in dirt) eventually produce - or will disease get them first (the trees around the garden are much taller and this is likely going to be the last year for tomatoes in that area - it just isn't worth the effort - not enough sun, and soil increasing in disease and decreasing in quality).
How are things tasting (and yielding) for all of you?