There are hundreds of tomatoes on the plant. They have not ripened yet but should be on there way over the next week.
Some more information below from other sites: I am trying to confirm how many varieties of tomatoes are on the Galapagos. Seems like the information below may be for different varieties. We will see. I will review it after it bears ripe fruit.
Description: A bushy annual with a standard tomato growth habit. Plants may reach 3-5ft and are most similar to certain cherry tomato varieties in growth and fruit production. The Galapagos Island tomato is distinctive and ornamental in a tomato garden, having smaller, ruffled leaves and profuse flowers. Fruits ripen quickly, in 50-60 days and seem to enjoy hot weather to set
A blog entry from: community.stretcher.com/forums/t/17151.aspx
Thought I'd pass this on to anybody who likes cherry tomatoes, and is trying to grow them in dry, rocky areas. Try a variety called Wild Galapagos.
I saw this seed for sale last year (from Underwood), and they were outstanding. New York got hit hard by late blight last year, and eventually it showed up in my garden. Most of the varieties I grew got hammered, including almost all the heirlooms. But this one managed to fend off the worst of the disease. It produces so well that even if you lose some tomatoes, there are plenty left to take their place.