I am just happy they are growing at all. Last year all the ones we grew from seed died and the emergency replacements we bought from Wabash Antique and Feed Store grew very well but didn't produce a whole lot, probably because we planted them too late. From the whole summer, I only had enough for cooking a few times and there certainly were not enough to sell. This year the production is much better.
One of the plants in late April
Today, a view down the row; tomatillos are the tall plants, low plants in foreground are ground cherries
Purple and green tomatillos on the plant
A basket of harvested fruit, ready for fresh salsa or enchilada sauce!