I put what I think are some Aunt Molly's ground cherries (from a volunteer plant) in some spots so they would volunteer there next year. It might be crossed with other ground cherries. It got bigger and tastier fruits than the Ammon Martin's and Rachel's Favorite ground cherries that I started from seed and transplanted, this year. They had black plastic and eastern shade, but Aunt Molly's had shredded wood mulch, and I guess it had some eastern shade, due to the grapevine.
We've had Aunt Molly's ground cherries growing on the property for a few years now. It's a good variety. However, I preferred the taste of Ammon Martin's and Goldie the first year I grew those (which was the second year I grew Aunt Molly's).