|I got a Burpee seed package for growing salsa ingredients - it had tomatoes, hot peppers, cilantro, onions, and tomatillos. I had a lot of trouble getting the tomatillos started - they were thin, spindly plants from the outset, and only two survived. Now, they're in the garden and finally looking GORGEOUS. They are tall, full, vigorous, and look healthy in all ways. They are covered in blossoms, which have been blooming for more than 6 weeks, but I still don't have any fruit setting on the plants. Because tomatillos are related to tomatoes, I've been treating them the same way - the same fertilizer (Miracle Gro for tomatoes) and the same bright, hot, sunny location. The tomtatoes and bearing, but the tomatillos just aren't. Any ideas why, and what I can do to help?