Hundredfold Organic Aunt Molly’s Husk Cherry 100 Seeds - Physalis pruinosa Non-GMO Ground Cherry, Husk Tomato, Ripe Fruits for Snack, Pie or Jam
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A unique flavored fruit that tastes like sweet, cherry tomatoes and smells like candies
Slow to germinate, Aunt Molly’s require light and warm temperature (75°F/24°C or higher) to sprout
Aunt Molly’s is the most popular variety and is known for its excellent taste and high-yield
Each package contains 100 organic & open-pollinated seeds that are packed & shipped from Ontario
Hundredfold is a trusted Toronto-based trademark since 2017. Good fruits multiply/Les bons fruits se multiplient
Husk cherry is protected by a papery husk. When the fruit ripens, it turns golden yellow and falls to the ground where it is usually harvested, thus its name, ground cherry. Since are from the same family, the husk cherries and tomatoes share similar growing habits. Tomatoes and husk cherries alike grow well in large containers and are space-savers in gardens. Note: the husk remains toxic when the fruit is ripe. Only the golden fruits are edible, do not eat the husks (Papery cover).
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