Since I do raised beds and water nearly everyday late plants are doing good and seem to be catching up. Of course it's been very hot here for NY.
I did grow a yellow tomato last year but though they were big and plentiful the inside was tough and pithy. They also tasted like cardboard. This year my yellow is Carolina Gold.
My Cherokee and Black Cherry and most others were purchased plants since I got a late start and the little greenhouse set up I bought got so hot most everything didn't grow. Even new seed didn't grow.
I have some tomato, Okra and squash that I started.
I hated to do it but I had to use Seven dust on the squash or the plants would have all died. As it is I'll be lucky to get a few squash. Green Hubbard, Et' (french something or other) and Buttercup. Cukes I had to replace with purchased as mine did not survive the transplant. I'll post pics soon.
Pulled up all the garlic but some I think rotted or are spoiled. I'm not sure which variety since I purchase them at the farmers market from different vendors and didn't know what each was.