These ones are "Maskotka", of which I have three plants.
It is a very prolific fruiter, but a very untidy plant too.
Some others that are now ripe are these "Orkado".
The compost contamination thing has definitely affected them, because the fruits are a lot smaller than usual, and those on the upper trusses are the wrong shape. They are more plum-shaped than they are supposed to be.
Although the tomatoes in my next photo are not yet ripe, they are looking good. This is "Possena del Vesuvio", grown from seeds sent to me by my friend Enrico in Italy.
It's OK, these ones are supposed to be plum-shaped!
These ones are nearly ready too. They are "Primavera", one of the new German-bred blight-resistant varieties from Stephen at Victoriana Nursery Garden.
This, on the other hand is Giant Delicious, which has suffered from very poor fruit-set. It has had lots of flowers, but hardly any fruit have formed. However I do think I can detect a hint of reddening in this particular one.
No sign of ripening in the "Chocolate Stripes" though.
Nor indeed on this "Ferline", though it looks promising.