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Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry Seeds

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Heirloom seeds are generations-old, non-hybrid varieties, many of which originated in Europe. Handed down from gardener to gardener, they are some of the most unique types available.
  • Easy to grow, prolific and super sweet
  • Great for preserves, pies, over ice cream or in fresh fruit salads
  • The 1/2-3/4" cherries are encased in a papery husk (turns brown when cherries ripen)
  • Stores 3-4 weeks in the husk, sprawling habit
  • USDA Certified Organic
  • GMO-Free
  • Matures in 70 days from transplant
  • 50 seeds per packet

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AUNT MOLLY'S GROUND CHERRY SEEDS DESCRIPTION

Discover the wild, wonderful world of heirloomplants.
Generations-old, non-hybrid varieties handed down fromgardener to gardener, they are some of the most precious and uniquetypes available. Many heirloom strains originated in Europe centuriesago and were brought by immigrants to the USA. Seed Saver's Exchangeis a non-profit, member-supported organization that saves and sharesNorth America's diverse but endangered heirloom seeds, forming aliving legacy that can be passed down through generations. Preserveour gardening heritage – and grow some absolutely delicious foodfor your family! USA produced.


Customer Reviews of Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry Seeds
Product Rating: 4.5 out of 5.0(2 reviews)
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- 12/8/2013
said: Terence Cogliano
"I've grown these. They are slow to start but once going they don't stop. They are frost sensitive and will die out in northern winters. Too early to tell yet if they are weeds as each fruit has hundreds of seeds and you can't catch them all. Definitely a sprawler. If you don't keep it contained each plant will cover 6 to 9 square feet. Will not be growing these in the main garden next year they take up too much space. They are decorative enough to use in an informal landscape bed. For all that, they are tasty (it can be an acquired taste for some people though) and the critters tend to leave them alone."
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- 2/16/2013
said: Alice Heger
"I have eaten this fruit and know it is very delicious. Will it come back or freeze off in ND winter."
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