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Sep 29, 2011 5:09 AM CST
Hello Lynn, yes this Cyphomandra betacea (Solanaceae) is edible, look likes a prune but you have to pick up when it is really ripe, never tried them before but they must be good as sold as exotic fruits. This one has been grown from seeds coming from collectors of vegeables you do not find anymore in the gardens. It is perennial. You have to cut it back before the winter and keep it away from frost. Will do that and will tell you what's going on with this weird plant.

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