Easy-to-grow, prolific ground cherries. Sprawling habit. Can produce husk encased fruits that are 1/2-3/4". Husk turns brown when fruits ripen. Aunt Molly's ground cherry is named after an ice cream stand that was named after a beloved pet dog named Aunt Molly. Aunt Molly belonged to the owners of Territorial seeds. Great for pies and ice cream and fruit salads. 

Ground Cherry, Aunt Molly's

    • Prolific grower
    • Very sweet
    • Ground cherries grow to ½ to ¾ inch
    • Great for storage
    • 70 days from transplant
    • 50 Seeds/Packet
  • Planting - How to Grow Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry

    • Sow seeds 1/4th inch deep in transplant trays.

    • Once the soil is warm and danger of frost has passed, plant into prepared bed 24 to 36 inches

    Harvesting - How To Harvest Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry

    • Plan harvest in early morning,  

    • Use a small serrated knife or another cutting tool, pulling may damage the ground cherry and plant. 


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