Our first time growing these delightful fruits in 2013 was a success! Treat them as you would tomatoes in terms of when you start them and when to transplant them. Plants bush out so plant a few feet apart. Produces a heavy yield of small edible green seedy berries with a unique sweet flavour. In addition to eating them on their own, try using them in fruit salads and smoothies. Fruits do not change colour as they ripen but should detach easily from plant. A perennial in milder climates with tuberous roots.