I'm not sure if anyone has
The tomatillo (Physalis philadelphica)
, related to the cape gooseberry, bearing small,
spherical and green or green-purple
fruit of the same name.
Tomatillos, referred to as green tomato
(Spanish: tomate verde)
in Mexico, are a staple in Mexican cuisine.
Tomatillos are grown throughout
the Western Hemisphere.
The tomatillo is a variety of tomato,
and is in the same family.
The tomatillo fruit is surrounded
As the fruit matures, it fills the husk and can split it open by harvest.
The husk turns brown, and the fruit can be any of a number
of colors when ripe,
including yellow, red, green, or even purple.
Tomatillos are the key ingredient
I lived 20+yrs in AZ and used tomatillos
but I have never grown any
so this is a unique venture for me!
I started to weed
my strawberry patch today
I planted 3 new plants this year
Now strawberries in an of themselves
is no big deal but these
are so very very small
and I" knew I
didn't plant any mini strawberries
My hsb tasted one
I guess they are wild strawberries
how odd they are growing in