I can’t stand it. When I have a nearly perfect organic Tomato in the garden, I face a dilemma.
Solanum lycopersicum ‘Better Boy’
Pick it when it’s fully grown, but still green? Or leave it in the garden to potentially be ruined by squirrels or spoiled by blossom-end rot, late blight, or wilt?
Will the rabbit fence and overarching branches protect it from damage?
It's a Better Boy hybrid and resistant to many diseases. But it’s so beautiful and nearly perfect now.
What would you do?