I ordered some seed this year from Stokes, the plant looked and sounded interesting. The plant, Garden Huckleberry, AKA, ground cherry. Evidently this plant's fruit (that are presently black as can be, purple on the insdie) are very wonderful when cooked. They are very similar to blueberries, only they don't stain the teeth. I have a recipe that came on the seed package and am anxious to make something with it. The plant is beautiful and grows rampant, quite sprawling, the bees love the white flowers that appear before the fruit. I looked this up on the internet and it is a member of the Nightshade family, which I understand can have poisonous fruit. Apparently the fruit of this garden huckleberry are no longer poisonous when mature, and apparently they are better after a hard frost, which we have not had yet, so I am reluctant to pick some to eat. Has anyone had any experience with this wonderous plant. Advice on how to cook would be more than appreciated. I have attached a picture with my husband standing beside this beauty, showing how tall it is. There are 4 plants planted in a clump. Cindi.