A tasty native gooseberry with prickly fruit that become smooth, purplish, and flavorful when ripe. Creates a wide, roundish form. Excellent for a hedge, border, or fruiting thicket. Copious small blooms for pollinators. We love making syrups with the fruit.
Host plant for the Gray Comma, and several moth species.
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Height: 3′ – 4′ Blooms: April Fruits: July
Siting: Average to moist, sun to shade
Deer Resistance: Moderate