These are amazing little candies that come in their own paper wrapper! The flavor is wonderfully exotic, like mango, pineapple, and guava all mixed up. Related to Chinese lanterns and Tomatillos, The large bushy plants are covered in papery lanterns and inside each one is a golden fruit about ½ “ round. When they get ripe, they fall. Gather them up and let sit until the husks are papery thin and the fruits are golden yellow. They are excellent eaten fresh out of hand, or cooked into fruit sauce or jam. I made a ton of jam last fall. I lay plastic mulch around the plants so when the fruits fall they don’t get dirty or wet. Really a hit with all who tried them last year!