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Certainly the best tasting nightshade berry in my opinion, they are reminiscent of Ground Cherries. The joints on the fruits’ stems detach when fully ripe taking the guesswork out of determining the correct shade of green to harvest. They are very sweet and cute with their little star shaped hats. The plant is grown like a pepper plant or dwarf tomato and should not be pruned. It is suitable for containers or under corn in a three sisters system and is adaptive to various light levels. Once established they can potentially find their way to reseeding on their own. Indigenous to Australia, this fruit has been eaten by the indigenous nations of that island since the beginning of time. Now you can enjoy them too! at least 35 seeds.