A few weeks ago, I couldn't stand it anymore. My plants were covered with green tomatoes and I was sure they would never ripen. So I plucked a giant green one and brought it in. I waited patiently, and not so patiently, as it stayed green for weeks. I guess they don't like to be watched, because as soon as I forgot about it, BAM! It was red. Turns out it ripened at the same pace as those on the vine (but less tasty). Now, well into September, I finally have my first harvest. And boy, oh boy, are they delicious. I will likely explode from over-consumption of BLTs.
Want to know what variety they are? Join the club. Chaos ensued between last frost and first harvest. I've transplanted the plants countless times and even moved my entire garden once. In the end, my army of seedlings dwindled to 6 hearty producers. So, what I'm saying is, the best I can offer is an educated guess. I've decided the big guy is a Jeff Davis, the pumpkin looking fellas are Verna Orange and the smallish ones are Cuban Blacks. Just don't hold me to it.