What are the pros? They are super sweet!
What are the cons? hard to transplant
Excellent flavor. They can be a challenge to germinate, and you should start them early just in case you get no germination and need to start over. I would suggest germinating them in a peat pot inside the house, or greenhouse, and then planting the entire pot in the ground when time. The roots are VERY sensitive and do not like to be bothered. I have had great success growing aunt mollys and ground cherries. I grown them and treat them with nutrients just like I grown my tomatoes. They are SUPER sweet once they fall off the branch and hit the ground. They do like lots of water once the heat is in full swing. I would mulch the plant to retain a moist ground once they are transplanted outside.
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