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Physalis ixocarpa - Tomatillo - Seeds, 1 packet

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Solanaceae. Central America, up to the US and down South America. H 1m x 0.8m L. Z8. Annual. Tomatillo was an essential product in the economy of Aztec and Maya civilizations. Widely used for cooking in Latin America, its tart fruits are eaten raw or cooked in curries, sauces, soups, vegetable mixes, etc. Tomatillo fruit is delicious cooked and the essential ingredient in Salsa Verde. Harvested before maturity and left in its calyx, a tomatillo can be stored in the refrigerator for a few weeks. The productivity of a plant is very high, the fruits of Tomatillo being much larger than other physalis, often reaching the size of a tomato. The species proposed here green fruits becoming light green when ripe.

Warning: All parts of the plant including the calyx, except the fruit, are toxic.

Physalis ixocarpa is a little-known vegetable by the European gardener, discover it. Cultivation is the easiest, the plant does not require special care once in the garden. Sow in April in godets, keep warm until full germination after 10 to 15 days, and plant in late May after the last risk of frost, in moderately fertile soil, full sun exposure. Water if summer drought and the plant gives signs of thirst. Harvest the fruits in late summer and early fall, before frost. Remove the berries from their calyx and wash them to get the sticky substance off before storage in the refrigerator or cooking. 1 packet of 0.1g (approx. 70 seeds).

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Physalis ixocarpa - Tomatillo - Seeds

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Physalis ixocarpa - Tomatillo - Seeds, 1 packet

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