Tomatillo Pineapple Physalis Ixocarpa is an open pollinated unique tomatillo that is the only one that you will snack on in the garden. Tomatillo Pineapple seeds can be started indoors six weeks before the last spring frost. The seeds can be planted in individual 3" pots, and after four weeks, the plant can be transplanted into larger pots. In one week after the last spring frost, transplant plants outdoors, spacing the plants 2 feet apart in rows 3 feet apart.
Pineapple Tomatillo produces fruits that have a pleasant taste very similar to fresh pineapple. Tomatillo fruits can be eaten them freshly, and they are excellent for making a wonderful salsa. Physalis Ixocarpa seeds germinate in 15-20 days, and Tomatillo is grown like tomatoes. The small, cherry sized green to yellow-gold Pineapple Tomatillo fruits are surrounded by a papery husk that turns from green to brown as they ripen and splits open when they are ready to harvest.
SEED GERMINATION: 15-20 Days
PLANT MATURITY: 70 Days
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