Physalis angulata tea is an erect, herbaceous, annual plant belonging to the nightshade family Solanaceae. Its leaves are dark green and roughly oval, often with tooth shapes around the edge. The flowers are five-sided and pale yellow; the yellow-orange fruits are borne inside a balloon-like calyx. It is native to the Americas but is now widely distributed and naturalized in tropical and subtropical regions worldwide. English common names include angular winter cherry tea, balloon cherry cutleaf groundcherry tea, gooseberry tea, hogweed tea, wild tomato tea, camapu tea, and occasionally other common names for the genus Physalis. Physalis angulata is a tropical shrub with small edible fruit. It's natural habitat is fields, pastures, roadsides and open woodland throughout Florida to eastern Texas and north to Pennsylvania..
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