Origines géographiques: Northern Europe and Asia.
Dimensions adultes: Height up to 1.50 m, width up to 1.50 m.
Feuillage: Deciduous and scented.
Type de sol: Rich and well drained, preferably clay and chalk. Not suitable for acidic soil.
Hardiness: Hardy to -25°C. Needs the winter cold in order to produce.
Exposure: Partial shade to full sun.
Properties and uses:
The Gooseberry is a small spiny bush. The gooseberries may be eaten raw or cooked; they are often used for making jams or jellies as an accompaniment for meats...
They are ready to pick in July and August.