Hi, I live in Victoria, BC. I planted 20 or so tomato plants on the May 21st weekend. They are leafy and green, and many have large clusters of flowers. It seems to be taking a long time for the flowers to open, and those that have opened don't appear to be developing fruit. Is it too early to expect fruit to be setting, especially since our June has been so wet and cold? Or should I be trying to pollinate the blossoms by shaking the branches? We had mason bees until about two years ago, when they all disappeared. I'm concerned that the flowers are not being pollinated. Thanks.