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Ground Cherry - Identification
Q: I found this plant growing on the edge of our woods near Winterville. Can you identify it?
A: Itís a ground cherry, a member of the Physalis genus. It is close kin to the tomatillo, Physalis philadelphica, which is often used in Hispanic cuisine.

Both are likewise related to tomato, eggplant and devilís trumpet.



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