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Growing Pichuberry (Physalis peruviana)

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A relative of the tomatillo that is native to high altitude, tropical regions of south america and known for its smooth, orange or yellow berry. This guide is about Growing Pichuberry (Physalis peruviana).


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September 16, 20120 found this helpful

I would like to know how to grow pichuberry.

By Manuela


July 6, 20140 found this helpful

Take the seeds from the pichuberry (I dried mine first). Place the seeds on top of wet seed starter mix and barely cover them or just press them into the mix. Mist with water until good and moist and cover with plastic wrap until sprouted. I did this indoors in good light but not direct sun. Plant outside in full sun when 4-6 inches high, like you would a tomato plant.

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