In fact, they're about all gone with the 95 degree temps. They didn't fare as well this year and I'll blame the the soggy Spring. These get planted in late March and are usually fully harvested by mid June. I plant these around the entire perimeter so they don't take up other usable space and they're gone early. We had highly saturated soil for quite some time as they were trying to grow. I think root rot kept them stunted and I only had about 70% germination. They're Burpee brand seeds so should have been ok. Last year we were attacked by rabbits and they took out a good portion of the crop but there's a bunny fence up this year. They've been peeking in but give up easily. I've got blooms on the tomatoes and they've nice sturdy stalks. I was late planting them by a couple weeks but they look great so far. I could never buy a tomato from the grocery after having home grown.
I had my garden drip hose on for two days, just to save my tender sets. Two days were record setting heat near 100, one at or breaking a record more than a century ago. I woke up today in the 70's and "Happy Days" were here again.
SAVE US AL GORE!
Oh, wait, I'm supposed to do that in winter, aren't I?