Tomatillo Seeds - Otto's Brush Creek Ground Cherry
- Seed Count: 25 Seeds
- Flavor Profile: Sweet and Fruity Taste
- Unique Feature: Encased in an Outer Husk
- Culinary Use: Ideal for Preserves
- Discovery: Found in the Backyard of Adaptive Seeds
- Heritage: Named after the Previous Landowner
- Garden Experience: Delightful Garden Treat for Casual Strolls
- Recommendation: A Must-Have for Every Home Garden
The story behind the discovery of Otto's Bush Ground Cherry is as intriguing as its name. Discovered in the backyard of Adaptive Seeds, this variety carries a legacy. Named in honor of Otto, the previous owner of the land where Adaptive Seeds now stands, this ground cherry is not just a fruit but a cherished relic of the past. It serves as a beautiful testament to nature's way of preserving history in its own unique way.
Otto's Bush Ground Cherry is not just a piece of history but a culinary delight. Its rich, tropical, and fruity flavor stands out, making it an excellent choice for preserves. The succulent taste also makes it a treat to munch on during leisurely garden walks, enriching the experience with its unique taste.
Growing Habits & Planting Instructions:
To cultivate Otto's Bush Ground Cherry, start by planting the seeds in a sunny spot with well-draining soil. As it grows, you'll notice the distinctive outer husk that encases the fruit. This husk not only adds aesthetic appeal but also provides a natural shield, protecting the fruit. Regular watering and occasional fertilization will ensure a bountiful harvest. When the husks begin to turn brown, it's a clear indicator that they're ready to be picked and savored. This variety promises a rewarding gardening experience, both in terms of beauty and flavor.