My tomatoes are going gangbusters, probably from all this rain and a fairly warm spring. They're about as tall right now as they were in January last year! That's not really a good thing if you're just getting leaves and little fruit. But I don't think that will be a worry.
The black cherry did have a bit of a setback when its main leader broke but it's now got heaps of flower clusters. And what clusters! I counted 16 flowers in this photo but there may be some hidden ones.
The honey of Mexico are a bit more advanced and already have several ripening clusters. This one has 9 fruit on it, it would have 11 but two blossoms rubbed off against that leaf.
I think I made a good choice this year to grow two cherry types instead of a mid-sized. They ripen faster and seem to be hardier. Or maybe they just seem hardier because they spend less time ripening on the plant, open to bugs and diseases. In any case, I'm hoping to taste my first toms soon!