Ground cherries are fairly unknown and are easily grown in the garden. It is a yellow-orange fruit hidden in a large papery husk. It is often used as garnish, but can also be eaten raw or cooked. This annual plant, reaching 1 meter, requires full sun and a long growing season. Harvesting takes place in August and September when the fruit falls naturally on the ground. You must plant several bushes to get a plentiful harvest.