Physalis alkekengi (bladder cherry, Chinese lantern, Japanese-lantern).
It is distinguished by the large orange to a bright red bloom embracing the fruits.
I’ve seen it in the gardens of my acquaintances.
I was impressed that, when it was dry, it looked like lace, and there was a red fruit inside.
I liked this for decoration.
I do not remember who told me that the fruit is eaten, but I looked at it skeptically.
I recently visited friends and saw this plant in the garden.
Well, I made this picture and decided to try his taste.
I liked it, and the others looked at me in amazement.
They did not want to try.
There were more fruits left for me : )))