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Inca Berries Plants

Physalis peruviana

Inca Berries Plants

A plant that produces fantastic tasting and exotic berries.

As the name suggests, the Inca Berries Plants originate from the exotic lands of Peru. These fantastic plants produce the most amazing orange- yellow berries that taste like a stunning cocktail of Gooseberries, Kiwi, Pineapple and Orange! These South American delicacies are famous for garnishing expensive dishes in some of the nicest and poshest restaurants in the world.

The Inca Berries Plants are very easy to grow and similar to tomatoes. However, the Inca Berries Plants are even less demanding than that. With no need to prune or train, you could be harvesting your very own Inca Berries through late summer to early autumn.

It is reported that inca berries not only taste great but are packed full of healthy goodness too! Inca Berries are rich in Vitamin A, Iron and Potassium.

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Inca Berries Plants

A plant that produces fantastic tasting and exotic berries.

As the name suggests, the Inca Berries Plants originate from the exotic lands of Peru. These fantastic plants produce the most amazing orange- yellow berries that taste like a stunning cocktail of Gooseberries, Kiwi, Pineapple and Orange! These South American delicacies are famous for garnishing expensive dishes in some of the nicest and poshest restaurants in the world.

The Inca Berries Plants are very easy to grow and similar to tomatoes. However, the Inca Berries Plants are even less demanding than that. With no need to prune or train, you could be harvesting your very own Inca Berries through late summer to early autumn.

It is reported that inca berries not only taste great but are packed full of healthy goodness too! Inca Berries are rich in Vitamin A, Iron and Potassium.

  • Grow your own exotic berries in your very own garden!
  • A combination of gooseberry, kiwi, pineapple and orange flavours.
  • Easy to grow, similar to tomatoes this exotic but hardy plant is truly amazing.

Looking after your Inca Berries Plant

Despite originating from Peru, Inca Berries Plants are remarkably hardy. Once the plants have died back for the winter, use a thick mulch covering to allow the plants to survive. If successful, the plants may produce even better harvests the following year.

Colour:Yellow

Hardiness:0 degrees

Plants:True

Plug or Potted Plant:Plug

Aftercare - Easy:True

Height:81-90cm

Spread:81-90cm

Fruit:True

Containers:True

Beds & Borders:True

Greenhouse, Glass House or Home:True

Prefers Full Sun:True

Growing Information

They can be planted outdoors once the danger of frost has passed at the end of May or early June spacing them 50cm (20") apart. Choose a sunny position where the soil is well drained. In the greenhouse or on a sunny patio the plants can be grown one to a grow bag or 30cm (12") pot. Keep the plants well watered in dry spells and feed with a liquid tomato fertiliser. No pruning or training is required. 

Pick the fruit when fully ripe and is orange in colour. When fully ripe the fruit will often fall from the plant. If the fruit is to be stored for later use, they should not be removed from the husks and they will then stay fresh for up to three months.

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