Ground Cherries: from fruit to sprout
In saving ground cherry seeds, is there anything special I need to do to make sure they germinate later (e.g. cooling period), or can I just extract them, dry them for a week, and then sow them?
The dorm next to mine has this massive ground cherry plant in their yard, and it's fruiting enough that they let me pick a few. I'm not sure what variety they are, but I'm already germinating some Aunt Molly's, so I thought I might grow some of these alongside.