Trying to keep track of developing fruits can be difficult, especially with the squashes where a giant fruit can develop seemingly over night.
Here's a 'Waltham' butternut squash. It's already the size of my thumb, and it hasn't even flowered yet.
I was really surprised by how large these 'Costata Romanesco' zucchinis got prior to even flowering!
This is a teeny tiny mexican sour gherkin. The plants are just covered in them!
This 'Corsican' gourd flowered really early this year, so this particular fruit should get fairly sizable by the end of the summer.
I'm assuming this is a 'Tepehuan Canteen' gourd. I've never grown it before, so I'm not entirely sure what they look like.
These tomatoey looking things are actually potato fruits. You can plant potatoes from their true seeds, but most people use what are called "seed potatoes", which are actually small tubers.
I'm pretty sure this is 'Cream of Saskatchewan' watermelon. I'm also growing 'Blacktail Mountain', which has much darker skin