Growing Tomatillo

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11 Jun 18 Annie (Canada - Zone 3a Temperate Short Summer climate)
I am in Calgary Alberta and this spring I took a few tomatillo's and sliced them into 1/4 to 1/2 inch slices and planted them into dirt right away. After I started to see small plant sprouts I took the slices out of the smaller pots and planted them right into the large planter for the rest of the grow season I will be back in the fall to let you know just how they faired
11 May 20 -Kit (Canada - Zone 2b Sub-Arctic climate)
Hi Annie, Wondering how your Tomatillo experiment worked out? I’m wanting to give it a try out here on the west coast!
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