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This article is about the plant species Ribes uva-crispa, a berry bush commonly referred to as Gooseberry. The fruit are usually green, but different cultivars produce a range of yellow, red or white fruit.


In the wild, gooseberries can be found scattered in woods and hedgerows in most of Europe.[1] Wild gooseberries fruit from early July onwards.[1]


Gooseberries can be bottled, pickled and served cooked with food.

  • Gooseberry Pie.
  • Gooseberry Fool, a traditional English desert.

See also

External links

  1. 1.0 1.1 Mabey, R (2012). Food For Free. HarperCollins. ISNB 9780007183036.