Someone mentioned (elsewhere) that Legend is a parthenocarpic tomato that does not need to be pollinated to set fruit, so it can start producing earlier and does not drop its blossoms when it gets over 90 degrees F. With the odder than usual weather patterns this year, I'm interested in finding tomatoes that can handle wide variations in temperature. I have questions for anyone who has grown one of these.
Are there other parthenocarpic tomatoes?
Do they produce for you in both cooler and warmer temperatures?
Do they have good flavor?