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While many gardeners have never even heard of the ground cherry, earlier in this century Dr.
What makes the ground cherry worthy of this honor is simply that it tastes so good
Sometime in July, when the first of the husks begin to turn brown and the fruits ripen inside, it's easy to see how the name ground cherry originated.
In Hawaii, the famous Poha preserves are made from the Poha berry - also called Cape Gooseberry - which is actually a ground cherry.
For a larger fruit, plant the tomatillo or Mexican ground cherry.