The hot and sweet peppers and eggplant look great - I've got fruit set on most peppers and can start to make some good observations on my Islander sweet pepper de-hybridization project.
The dwarf tomatoes are another story. It is not possible to go through a season when everything goes perfectly - and amongst the 108 dwarf plants in grow bags in the driveway, a few problems are showing up. Still, for the most part, things look good, and most plants have open flowers or small fruit. The dozen in the front garden row are in perfect shape.
It won't be long before the first ripe tomatoes arrive - at this point, likely to be Mexico Midget, Green Doctors, Sungold, Variegated and Tiger Tom....with Cherokee chocolate and Speckled Roman the most advanced of the non-cherry types.