Pie Time

The ability to grow fruit is not beyond the skills of an average gardener. Ground cherry (Physalis pruinosa) is native to the southern parts of the Western hemisphere, sweet (although mildly earthy), very nutritious, high in fiber and easy to grow.

Golden Sweetness
The lanterns fall to the ground, the berries cushioned by the inflated husk.
The fruit is ready to eat when the husks turn yellow.

2 thoughts on “Pie Time

    1. Not one seed, like a cherry pit, but many small/inconspicuous seeds. Those add to the fiber benefit. The seeds aren’t as noticeable as the seeds in blackberries.

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