Here is what the driveway....er, garden - looks like today.
The middle row has pictures of some of the dwarfs - you can see the striped fruit of Sarandipity in the third pic in the row.
The bottom row has a grouping of eggplant, of some sweet peppers from the Islander dehybridization project (including a very rare variegated leaf seedling lower right), and the third pic shows the double row of small pot, extreme prune indeterminates.
Now, for some pics of developing tomatoes.
Middle row - Cherokee Purple massive fruit cluster, Green Giant (grown in a very small pot - part of the extreme prune indeterminate group), and Mexico Midget ready to pick!
Bottom row - Russian Queen, Surprise (the odd yellow foliaged, white when unripe fruited oddity I am growing this year), and Yellow Pear.
I hope to get some good descriptive pics of developing fruit on the Dwarfs in a few days.