Goldie' is a ground cherry (Physalis pruinosa) Related to tomatoes, ground cherries taste completely different. It is such a surprise, the first time you eat them, to realize they taste like a cross between cherries and pineapples! They will grow 2-3' tall and, when the fruit is ripe the husks turn brown and the fruit literally falls to the ground. As you can imagine, KIDS love them! Ground cherries are a warm season crop and must be started ahead of time indoors in late March/early April. Plant them out after all danger of frost has past. 75 days from transplant to your first harvest. Watch for them to self-sow.