Those look good, Marieh. Coincidentally, I'm also eating tomatoes from the garden, sliced in a seeded bread sandwich. This year I grew a number of different varieties.
One thing I like about growing tomatoes is that it's very easy to save your own seed. The flowers are constructed in such a way that insects have difficulty getting into them, so they fertilise themselves, and there is no problem with varieties crossing.
The two yellow ones at the left are called Ildi, then going clockwise there is Purple Ukraine, Green Zebra, Black Futsu, and three Gardener's Delight - my favourite. The orange one in the middle is Jen's Tangerine, which originally came from France.
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