A while back I went to the plant swap hosted by Washington Gardener and DC Urban Gardeners. I got a tomato start from a young woman who had brought many different varieties in little pots. Several of the pots had lost their labels, and she wasn’t sure which variety mine was, but thought it was probably a black krim, which is a big purplish heirloom variety. But now that the plant has gotten bigger and started to produce fruit, it’s clearly not a black krim:
What type of tomato is this? They’re about twice as big as a typical cherry tomato, but slightly smaller than Romas or San Marzanos. And I can’t tell whether they’re ripe now as yellow tomatoes, or whether they’ll turn red. Does anyone recognize this tomato? Are they ready to pick? Help!