A diminutive physalis with an exotic, fruity flavour.
This variety produces an abundance of small yellow fruit that drop with ripeness and store well.
Bushy, dark-green plants are healthy and compact, making them well-suited for growing in pots or planters.
Starting seeds in March is recommended, since germination and early plant development can be slow.
Pricking out seedlings is preferable to seeding individual seeds.
Harvest from June until first frost.