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Physalis peruviana L (Giant Cape Gooseberry)

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Physalis peruviana L (Giant Cape Gooseberry)

Postby Durgan » Sep 19, 2008 4:48 pm

http://www.durgan.org/ShortURL/?MRTNV 19 September 2008 Physalis peruviana L (Giant Cape Gooseberry)
A liter of fruit was picked today. There are many unripe fruit on the bush, probably slow ripening due to relatively cool Fall weather. The berry is about the size of a large bing cherry, and has a pleasant flavour. The bush is about three feet in height and same in diameter. The berries are easy to pick since they stay on the bush and don't fall when ripe.

http://www.durgan.org/ShortURL/?DXSRN Summary: Growing experience Physalis peruviana L (Giant Cape Gooseberry).
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