Simon Forman wrote:OMG that plant is gorgeous!
I tried both too this year but forgot which was which. I started them
way late (in late July) and it's too cold here, so the ground cherries
(as you can see in the photos) are only a couple of inches tall. The
dwarf tamarillos sprouted and then steadfastly refused to grow. Only one
has second leaves on it, the rest have stayed the same size as when they
first sprouted, with just two leaves, for a couple of months. My hope is
that they're just waiting for Spring to do their thing.
Ellendra Nauriel wrote:
There used to be a hybrid pumpkin called "Snack Jack". It might still be around, although it's gone through several name changes over the years. What I liked about it was that it had both hulless seeds and tasty pie-quality flesh. I've spent more than 10 years trying to de-hybridize it, but it's not quite ready yet.