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Your Complete Guide to Growing Ground Cherries

Martha Stewart | October 5, 2022

If you aren’t already growing ground cherries in your home garden, then now’s the time to start. “Ground cherries are in the nightshade family that also includes eggplant, tomatoes, and potatoes,” says Christopher Landercasper, director of farming operations for Sonoma’s Best Hospitality Group. “The most commonly consumed plant people think about when they are talking about ground cherries is the tomatillo.” While tomatillos differ from ground cherries, according to the University of Minnesota, they stem from the same genus, making them a not too distant cousin of the fruit.

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