Tomatillos have been used in Mexican, Guatemalan, and other Meso-American cuisine
6 to 10 weeks before the expected last frost date for your region
In Tomatillos, as well as in ordinary tomatoes, side shoots grow, which can be cut off and planted separately in moist soil.
Plant the Tomatillos seeds at a depth of about .25 inches.
To prevent the seedlings from stretching, the room should not be too hot.
After Tomatillos sowing or planting, the area should be well watered.
Like many plants in the garden, you first need to sow tomatillo. The last must be done in March-April.
Like tomatoes, tomatillos can be planted more deeply.
Transplant the tomatillo plants into the ground, placing them at a distance of at least 3-4 feet from each other.
Tomatillo plants are usually supported by stakes, trellises, or cages.
Like tomatoes, tomatillos are eager to root all along their stems as they establish.
Tomatillo prefers sunny places in the garden.
Watering growing tomatillos should be done in drier, hotter weather.
If your soil is clay-like, it needs to be lightened and loosened before considering planting a tomatillo.
The optimum temperature range for growing tomatillos is 70-90 degrees, but they can handle that if it gets warmer.
For those looking to encourage vigorous tomatillos growth and fruiting, consider using a dilute balanced liquid fertilizer every month.
Tomatillo pruning isn’t absolutely necessary, however, you can improve your yield by pruning.
Depending on the time of planting, the first fruits may appear in July, and harvesting continues until October-November, until frosts.