How to Start your own Inca Berry
The Inca Berry is a tasty fruit but the plant only lives about 3 years. Therefore, you need to propagate it regularly. Many have tried cuttings but they don’t seem to work well. Fortunately the Inca Berry is very easy to grow from seed.
Grab a ripe Inca Berry and squeeze out the flesh and seeds.
Drop the whole mess in a small pot with soil. There is no seed drying or seed prep necessary.
Spray the Inca Berry mess with seeds with water (this will spread out the seeds and also minimally bury the seeds).
Keep the soil moist. In about a month the Inca Berry seeds will have germinated and you will have more plants than you know what to do with (the picture below is a month after the picture above). Divide the Inca Berry plants and share.
You can read more about the Inca Berry on my earlier post (see link below)
If you don’t have access to the fruit, then buying seeds would be my second choice.
The cool thing is that once you get them going, you wont need to buy Inca Berry seeds again because you just use the fruit to grow additional plants.
I found what looks to be good Inca Berry (Physalis Peruvian) seeds on Amazon (see link below).
CAPE GOOSEBERRY “Physalis Peruviana” 25-Annual Seeds