**GROWN ON OUR FARM HERE IN TENNESSEE**
An interesting fruit that is covered with a light down and looks like an eggplant. It is a relative to the eggplant but it is a juicy and sweet unlike its relative.
It is eaten stewed, as fresh fruit, as a drink, or fried.
Barely cover the seeds with a well draining type of soil mixture. Keep only lightly damp. Provide bright light - not full sun.