These are photos of two plants in a large pot.
The fruits are no really round, a little bit oval, almost plum shaped. They have slight pointed end.
These come from plants grown on vegetable bed.
another type of tomato, the size is a lot bigger than the first, almost like pumpkins. The fruit doesn't form clusters. The majority is single, and that would naturally helps tomato to grow big.
Now I am beginning to pick up terms like heirloom,
hybrid, globe shaped, oval shaped, plum shaped.
The expert can identify the variety with full confidence.
I am not.