Product code: 15417
A plant of the nightshade family, its agricultural technology is the same as that of a tomato, but physalis is more cold-resistant, the most valuable of all physalis, it contains up to 9% sugars - twice as much as strawberries.
Product code: 15416
Mid-season, very productive variety, fruits reach a weight of 30-50 grams, yellow or yellow with lilac stains, quite cold-resistant, vigorous plant, contains a lot of pectins, binds and removes radionuclides from the body.
Product code: 3091
Generally grown as an annual, the plants are semi-sprawling bushes in structure and generally left unsupported. They are very productive throughout the gardening season until first frost kills them.
Product code: 11352
usk tomatoes have light-brown, papery husks (calyxes) that enlarge and cover the maturing fruits. The 2 most common cultivated species are the ground cherry and the tomatillo. Both have been cultivated in Central and South America for centuries.
Product code: 10724
Easy to grow and very prolific, producing 2-3" round fruits, ripening to yellow-green. Tomatillos, a staple in Mexican dishes, are used for fresh or cooked green sauces.
Product code: 8754
Although South American in origin, this plant gets it vernacular, common name from the fact it was long cultivated by colonists at the Cape of Good Hope for its fruit which was eaten raw or "made into pies, puddings or preserves."