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Originally from Peru, this plant has been cultivated in North America since the 17th Century. The sweet and delicious fruit can be eaten fresh, in jams, soups and pies. Like Chinese lanterns, it is encased in a papery husk. When the fruit is ripe, the husk drops off the plant and you can harvest the gold berry.
Native plant from Mexico and South America and grown there for centuries. Green cousin of the tomato, the tomatillo is the main ingredient in salsa verde. It can also be used in soups, curries and other dishes or eaten fresh. The green yellow fruit is encased in a papery husk that turns brown when it ripens.
Pkt : Green and purple tomatillo mix.