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Cossack Pineapple Ground Cherry - Annapolis Seeds
Cossack Pineapple Ground Cherry (out of stock)

(Physalis pruinosa) - Sweet golden fruit produced inside papery husks. I think it tastes like a cross between a pineapple, a blackberry and a tomato. They're extremely addictive! Harvest when the husks turn brown and readily falls off the vine for maximum sweetness. Even husks collected from the ground will still be full of perfect fruit. 40 seeds

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Sunberry - Annapolis Seeds
Sunberry (out of stock)

(Solanum burbankii) - A very interesting tomato relative, also known as Wonderberry. The plants grow to around knee height and produce an abundance of small, blue, sweet fruits, tasting kind of like blueberries. They’re a delicious snack right in the garden, and they make great jams and pies too! Developed in the early 1900’s by Luther Burbank, from a cross of two different members of the nightshade family. Grows similarly to tomatoes, the plants don't require staking. 40 seeds

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Litchi Tomato - Annapolis Seeds
Litchi Tomato (out of stock)

New for 2020 - Do you love cherry tomatoes, but just wish they were... spikier? If so, we have the plant for you!

A distinct species (Solanum sisymbriifolium) related to tomatoes and eggplant. The fruit are a delicious balance of sweet and tart, I'd describe their flavour as along the lines of a sour cherry with a hint of tomato. Every part of the plant is thorny, from the young leaves to the flower stems. They like similar warm conditions as eggplant or peppers. The plants reach about 4 feet in hight, with clusters of showy flowers in mid summer, followed by fruit which start in August. They seem resistant to light frosts in the fall. 30 seeds


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Garden Huckleberry - Annapolis Seeds
Garden Huckleberry
Price: $3.00

(Solanum melanocerasum) - Closely related to the Sunberry, Garden Huckleberries are more robust plants with larger, but less sweet, fruit. The berries look ripe when they change colour into their deep-blue (almost black), but they’re best if allowed to ripen more until they’re slightly soft. Flavour-wise they’re not much to write home about when fresh off the plant, but they’re amazing when cooked and sweetened in pies and sauces. 40 seeds

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Plaza Latina Tomatillo - Annapolis Seeds
Plaza Latina Tomatillo
Price: $3.00

The beefsteak of tomatillos! I'm always impressed by this huge green tomatillo, we've picked baskets of the emerald fruits as they burst through their husks. They’re amazing roasted and then pureed into salsa with onions and hot peppers from the garden! 30 seeds


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Toma Verde Tomatillo - Annapolis Seeds
Toma Verde Tomatillo
Price: $3.00

An early variety well adapted to Northern climes. The papery husks will fill and split when the fruit is ripe. Tall branching plants. The classic tomatillo for salsa verde. 30 seeds

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Purple Tomatillo - Annapolis Seeds
Purple Tomatillo
Price: $3.00

Large and quite sweet. Purple tomatillos are great in fresh salsa, roasted up, and even make for good fresh eating. 30 seeds


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Inca Berry - Annapolis Seeds
Inca Berry
Price: $3.00

(Physalis peruviana) aka Golden Berry, Cape Gooseberry. Although they look similar to their popular Ground Cherry cousins, the flavour of Inca Berries are quite different. Intensely tart and sweet, and very fruity. Quite unlike any other fruit I’ve tried before. Amazing fresh, dried or preserved into jams or compote. The fruit will store in their husks for a surprisingly long time. Later to mature than ground cherries, the plants should be started early, and ideally given protection from early Fall frosts to maximize production. 20 seeds

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Amarylla Tomatillo - Annapolis Seeds
Amarylla Tomatillo
Price: $3.00

New for 2020 - The earliest tomatillo I've yet found. The plants are relatively compact, growing about 2 feet high and 3 feet wide. The first fruit began to ripen for us at the end of July, with peak production at the end of August. Much sweeter than the typical tomatillo, they're delicious fresh or cooked. This awesome variety comes from Poland. 30 seeds

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