How to Dehydrate Ground Cherries

Closeup of ground cherries with dried husk on a rustic wooden surface.

Ground Cherries are siblings to tomatillos and cape gooseberries, and cousins of tomatoes. If you’ve grown them in the past you are well aware that under the correct conditions and tutelage from you, a bumper crop is easily obtained. I like eating them raw just as they are, or in salads, but at times there … Read more

Growing Ground Cherries by the Bushel

Ground Cherry Planting Guide Full Sun     Soil pH: 5.0 – 6.8 Ground Cherries are not cherries, in fact they are not even related to the cherry. They are more closely related to Tomatillo, Chinese Lanterns, and tomatoes. The ground cherry grows in a protective paper husk. The cherries are marble-sized, pale orange fruits that have a unique sweet … Read more