We should have had some formed earlier but the low 30's temperature that we had two weeks ago really did more damage that I thought. All tomatoes that were in flowers dropped them all and didn't bloom for another week afterwards. Now they're all blooming and we have first ones formed!
This is Roma tomato plant that has 3 baby tomatoes hanging. If anything I hope at least to have some for tomato sauces once they're all really start to produce.
You can always pinpoint Cherokee Purple by it's first bloom - always a double one.
One of my tomato plants is truly a puzzle to me. Not sure which one this is, but it decided to have several stalks instead of one main one. Go figure, I've never seen plant like this before.
Mortgage Lifter was full in bloom before and after cold spell it dropped off all blossoms, so I'm very happy to see it again starting to bloom and looks like it will have a cluster of them.