Orange & Pink Tomatoes, this season
The red "EG" is an Early Girl and is just put in there for size comparison. It weighs 5 ounces, so -- your standard Early Girl.
The Dagma's Perfection is just now beginning to ripen! There is only 1 at the top but there are lots of green fruits on the 4 plants. They ripen the palest yellow, almost a white. I was real happy with them last year and they are doing well again! It is not a tomato with any shelf-life and very mild in flavor.
The Casey's Pure Yellow are new-to-me; there are probably 5 in the picture. "Casey" is Jeff Casey in Calgary, AB. I don't know how to account for it being orange rather than yellow. The small plants are loaded and it was my earliest beefsteak as I noted in another post. I'll call it a beefsteak but probably only about half the fruits are above 8 ounces. They have a real good flavor and have not split - that can be a real problem in my garden and sure is this year.
The Tigerella are kind of fun because of the stripes. It has good flavor - real juicy, little tomato.
A little tomato with a funny name is Woodle Orange - Jay sent me the seed last year! I think there are 7 of them in the picture. I cannot account for the variable size! It was true last year when I only had 1 plant. Some are larger than an Early Girl but most are only about 2 ounces. Cute little tomato with a nice flavor and really, really early. In my garden, they can beat nearly everything except the golden cherry tomatoes & something like a Bloody Butcher to ripening.
Gary O Sena is a big pink - a cross between Brandywine Pink and Cherokee Purple. They are just beginning to ripen and those 2 largest tomatoes are Gary O. I'm really excited about this one because in this bad year, they all look crack-free! I won't wait much longer for those green shoulders to change color before saying they are ripe. (Hope Jali's around to see those. ;o)
There are other yellows & pinks out there. Rainy's Maltese came thru for about the 4th or 5th year with early pink beefsteaks but, it is a little too inclined to split. Dr. Wyche's Yellow & Kellogg's Breakfast haven't ripened a single fruit yet and will soon be pressed for time. Orange Minsk may be my wife's favorite tomato but I'm really trying to replace it . . . the plants are huge and the fruits are few . . .
(Just wanted to share :o).