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Old April 17, 2012   #4
Worth1
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Originally Posted by Neohippie View Post
I've grown tomatillos before that were all the same variety, and they pollinated each other and set fruit just fine, but you do need more than 1 plant to set fruit.

The husk grows first, and then the fruit grows to fill in the husk, eventually splitting it open.

It sounds like yours are doing fine so far.
Thank you very much Neohippie

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