Inca Berries Seeds

Price £ 2.49

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Average packet content 150 seeds. Remarkably easy to grow - just like tomatoes. Origin: South America. Latin Name: Physalis peruviana.
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Inca Berries Seeds

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Price £ 2.49

Short description

Average packet content 150 seeds. Remarkably easy to grow - just like tomatoes. Origin: South America. Latin Name: Physalis peruviana.
  • Quantity
Stock
In stock
  • Free delivery for all orders over £50.
    £4.99 on all orders below £50.
     
  •  All orders will be delivered within 3 - 7 days.
    Click and collect is available on all orders. Order now for collection within as little as 2 hours.
  •  Contact Us. 015395 63630 

Inca Berries Seeds

Average packet content 150 seeds. Remarkably easy to grow - just like tomatoes. Origin: South America. Latin Name: Physalis peruviana.

Sowing Period: February to April

Harvesting/Flowering Period: August to October

Growing Information

Full growing instructions given on packet. In fact, the Inca Berry is remarkably easy to grow; just like tomatoes, excpet less demanding! Grown just like a tomato, sow the seeds 13mm (½") deep in a shallow tray of compost in a propagator or on a sunny windowsill at 15-18°C (60-65°F). Germination 20-40 days. Transplant seedlings into individual 7.5cm (3") pots and keep in a sunny warm spot indoors. Plant outdoors in late May or after all risk of frost has passed spacing each plant 50cm (20") apart.

Just like tomatoes the Inca Berry plant loves to bask in a sunny spot with well drained soil. 1 plant per grow bag or a collection of 30cm (12") pots on the patio are equally as effective. The Inca Berry will thrive outdoors and there is absolutely no need to prune or train.

Watering and feeding now and again is all that is needed to maintain a healthy Inca Berry plant. Free from the risk of pests or disease, keep on top of watering and the Inca Berry is happy to get on with the job - producing berries by the punnet load. Sowing: February-April. Cropping: 20-24 weeks.

  • EAN code
    061873
  • EAN trade
    5011567366503