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cape gooseberry

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CAPE GOOSEBERRY Fruit Facts
... CAPE GOOSEBERRY Fruit Facts CAPE GOOSEBERRY Physalis peruviana L. Solanaceae Common Names: Cape Gooseberry, Goldenberry, Husk Cherry, Peruvian Ground Cherry, Poha, Poha Berry. Relates Species: Clammy Ground ... content makes cape gooseberry a good preserve and jam product that can be used as a dessert topping. The fruit also dries into tasty "raisins". Commercial Potential: The cape gooseberry is a ...
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Cape Gooseberry - Physalis peruviana
... Cape Gooseberry - Physalis peruviana Cape Gooseberry Physalis peruviana a.k.a. Ground Cherry, Golden Berry Small orange fruit similar in ... esculentum Tomato Nicotiana glauca Tree Tobacco Physalis angulata Mullaca Physalis ixocarpa Tomatillo Physalis peruviana Cape Gooseberry, Ground Cherry, Golden Berry Physalis pruinosa Ground Cherry, Husk Tomato Solanum burbankii Wonderberry, Sunberry, ...
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Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Tomatillos
... tomatillo" seeds which, when we finally harvested the crop, we discovered to have been Cape gooseberry--possibly useful in desserts, but comically useless for salsa. If you grow this ... the husk tomato, the strawberry tomato, and the dwarf Cape gooseberry; P. peruviana is the Cape Gooseberry, Husk Tomato, Goldenberry, Poha, Ground Cherry, Gooseberry Tomato, and Ground Cherry; P. heterophylla is the ...
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Fruit Facts
... Fig Gooseberry Jaboticaba Jackfruit Jujube Lychee Malabar Chestnut (previously listed as Guiana Chestnut) Mango Papaya Pineapple Raisin Tree Rose Apple Sapodilla Tamarind Tropical Guava White Sapote Volume 2: Acerola Babaco Cape Gooseberry Capulin ...
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CRFG Specialty Books and Merchandise
... ! CRFG Fruit Facts - Volume 1 (Avocado, Banana, Carambola, Cherimoya, Currants, Feijoa, Fig, Gooseberry, Jaboticaba, Jackfruit, Jujube, Lychee, Malabar [Guiana] Chestnut, Mango, Papaya, Pineapple, Raisin Tree, ... only. $10.25 $12.25 CRFG Fruit Facts - Volume 2 (Acerola, Babaco, Cape Gooseberry, Capulin Cherry, Hardy Kiwifruit, Kiwifruit, Loquat, Macadamia, Miracle Fruit, Mulberry, Muscadine Grape, ...
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COMMON FRUIT NAMES -- A-C
... Passifloraceae Barbados Cherry Malpighia punicifolia Malpighiaceae Barbados Gooseberry Patinoa almirajo Bombacaceae Barbados Gooseberry Pereskia aculeata Cactaceae Barberry Berberis vulgaris Berberidaceae ... Canistel Pouteria campechiana Sapotaceae Cannon-ball Tree Couroupita guianensis Lecythidaceae Cape Gooseberry Physalis peruviana Solanaceae Caper Capparis spinosa Capparidaceae Capulin Cherry ...
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PEPINO DULCE Fruit Facts
... , Tamarillo (Cyphomandra betacea), Casana (Cyphomandra casana), Tomato (Lycopersicon lycopsersicum), Mexican Husk Tomato, Tomatillo (Physalis ixocarpa), Cape Gooseberry, Poha Berry (Physalis peruviana) and others. Origin: The pepino dulce is native to the temperate ...
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TAMARILLO Fruit Facts
... ), Guava Tamarillo (C. fragrans). Distant Affinity: Tomato (Lycopersicon lycopsersicum), Mexican Husk Tomato, Tomatillo (Physalis ixocarpa), Cape Gooseberry (P. peruviana), Pepino Dulce (Solanum muricatum), Naranjilla (S. quitoense), Cocona (S. sessiliflorum). Origin: The tamarillo ...
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CRFG Fruit List
... budding. PHYSALIS IXOCARPA - Tomatillo, Husk Tomato PHYSALIS LOBATA - Purple ground cherry PHYSALIS PERUVIANA See Cape Gooseberry PICKLE FRUIT - Averrhoa bilimbi PIGEON PEA - Cajanus cajan PIGNUT - Carya cordiformis PILI NUT Canarium ... Not New. By C.T. Kennedy. 1985 YB, pp 40-51 POHA BERRY See Cape Gooseberry POLLIA SORZOGONENSIS - Pollia This Asia creeper, often used as an ornamental, has leaves ...
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Review -- Fabulous Fruit Cooking: A Gourmet Guide to Great Fruit Dishes from Soup to Sorbet
... the book is devoted to 85 superb recipes featuring exotic fruit such as cactus pear, cape gooseberry, cherimoya, guava, loquat, lychee, mango, mangosteen, rambutan and tamarillo. A good place to start is ...
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