Sure enough, as soon as night-time temperatures fell, we commenced to see small tomatoes. Pollen fails in heat. There are tomatoes that set fruit in hot weather but few are indeterminate types, which are necessary for continued growth and fruit set over months, even years.
Tomatoes are sharing space with Thanksgiving Cacti in bloom.
Holiday Cacti are sharing space with Hyacinths. My hyacinth trials using last years' bulbs that were allowed to grow on in their little pots were a success considering that many of them did set buds and bloom again after chill; a failure as far as size.
Still outside awaiting a freeze to encourage dormancy are potted Agapanthus.
Inside, I'm waiting for the sun to shine. Maybe I'll make a fruitcake today.