Goldie groundcherry

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Posted by Radishrain Radishrain
Goldie is the groundcherry I've grown that was the sweetest on its first year. The fruit was smaller than Aunt Molly's that year (although it was potentially larger on subsequent years; it may have been a cross, however). The variety is very similar to Aunt Molly's and Ammon Martin's. I got my seeds from Trade Winds Fruit:

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Re: Goldie groundcherry

I'm placing this under Physalis pruinosa because most vendors say it is, and because the plant doesn't have hairier stems than Aunt Molly's, as far as I've observed. However, Trade Winds Fruit says it's Physalis pubescens.
Climate: BSk
USDA hardiness zone: 6
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