Pineapple Tomatillo Seeds

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Pineapple Tomatillo

Physalis ixocarpa

1/8 gram (roughly 150 seeds)

This is a relative of the Mexican tomatillo that hails from Eastern Europe. It can be used as other tomatillos in green salsa, where it lends a pineapple flavor and combines well with other fruit ingredients. When ripe, the delicate tan husks will open, revealing a sweet fruit that can be enjoyed fresh or cooked into jams or pies. The short spreading vines thrive in full sun, and readily reseed in the garden. An annual in most zones. 65-75 days.

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Pineapple Tomatillo

Physalis ixocarpa

1/8 gram (roughly 150 seeds)

This is a relative of the Mexican tomatillo that hails from Eastern Europe. It can be used as other tomatillos in green salsa, where it lends a pineapple flavor and combines well with other fruit ingredients. When ripe, the delicate tan husks will open, revealing a sweet fruit that can be enjoyed fresh or cooked into jams or pies. The short spreading vines thrive in full sun, and readily reseed in the garden. An annual in most zones. 65-75 days.

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