Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry (Young Plants)

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About this product

Also known as Cape Gooseberries.

Large harvests of sweet ground cherries by late summer. The plants and fruits resemble tomatillos, with each fruit growing inside a papery husk called a calyx. But fruits mature to a golden orange colour, and drop to the ground when ripe. The sweet little fruits will store for up to three months if kept in their husks, but you’ll want to use them faster than that in jams, fruit salads, and sauces.


65-70 days to maturity
Open Pollinated
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