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These plants grow in most soil types and do very well in poor soils and in pots.
Ground cherry, Chinese lanterns, Bladder herb, Husk tomato, Cape gooseberry
Physalis genus (Ground cherry). This genus has about 80 species of annuals and perennials, most are clump forming and have upright leafy stems. The leaves are variable in shape there usually lance-shaped, oval or deltoid often with lobes or shallow toothed edges. The flowers are small and usually white or yellow blotched with purple. should be grow in sun or shade in well drained soil.
They are fully to half hardy and they will prefer moist, well-drained soil with a position in sun or partial-shade.
Grown mainly for their decorative, lantern-like calyces and fruits, produced in autumn. Leaves are poisonous if eaten.