This grower is sure of this plant identification.
Tomatillos grow pretty big (aprox. 1m+ in width) and fruit better with a pal. Seen in the back row of this image. The varietal I have are ones with purple fruit.
Tomatillo, Jamberry, Mexican husk tomato
Physalis ixocarpa (Tomatillo). This species is raised commercially as an edible berry, It is a perennial about 1m tall, It produces large greenish yellow fruits borne in papery, purple-veined husks. The pulp is glutinous and is used with chillies in sauces.
They will prefer moist, well-drained soil with a position in sun or partial-shade. You can propagate from seed or by division.