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American Heirlooms: Planting Gooseberries

America has seemingly abandoned the gooseberry, forgetting its flavor and denying its place in the garden. At one time, gooseberry bushes were a common sight in the garden and orchard, until an imported disease struck, of all things, the lumber industry. Today, few people have tasted a gooseberry, and if they have, most likely it was green, unripe and sour.Our gardens and pantries ...

Andrew Weidman | Apr 5, 2016

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