Tomatillo

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  • Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry is an easy to grow sprawling plant that produces 1/2" - 3/4" round fruit encased in a papery husk that drop from the plant when ripe in about 70 days from transplanting. This heirloom fruit is used for preserves, pies, in fresh fruit salads and over ice cream. Stores for up to four weeks if left in the husk.

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  • Purple tomatillo is much sweeter than most green tomatillo and is often used in Mexican cusine. Ideal for use in salsa verde. The imature tamatillo is light green and matures to purple. As it matures it generally will burst through the husk. 

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  • Verde Puebla tomatillo produces an abundant supply of 1 to 2 ounce green fruit enclosed in a papery husk. Ideal for use in salsa verde.

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  • When ripe the fruit measures 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch, turns yellow and is enclosed in a lantern shaped papery husk that changes from light green to turns light brown. Ground cherries have a sweet tart flavor and are used for making desserts, pies, sauces and preserves. They are also good eaten fresh.

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  • Purple de Milpa Tomatillo is a purplish tomatillo that measures up to 1 inch round born on plants that are about 36 to 48 inches tall. Matures in 70 to 90 days and generally does not burst through the husk when ripe.

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  • Green Hust Tomatillo is a green tomatillo that measures up to 2 inch round born on plants that are about 36 to 48 inches tall. Matures in 70 to 80 days and burst through the husk when ripe.

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  • Dr. Wyche's Yellow Tomatillo is a yellow tomatillo with a purple blush that measures between 1 and 2 inches round born on plants that are about 36 to 48 inches tall. Matures in 90 to 100 days.

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