Fruit Ground Cherry Goldie 50 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
A conversation piece at markets, well liked by children, this old-fashioned tomato family member bears 1/2 to 3/4 inch sweet golden berries inside papery husks, resembling small, straw-colored Japanese lanterns. The flavor is quite sweet and a bit wild. Plants are profusely branching, prolific, and drop ripe fruits. Fruits can be eaten raw, dried like raisins, frozen, canned, or made into preserves, cooked pies, and desserts. Harvest in about 80 days. Germination 80% or better.
We recommend you check with experts (like your County Extension Agent) in your area for the best growing practices before you plant.