[NAFEX] Golden Berry (aka. Cape Gooseberry)

Nate nrhora at gmail.com
Wed Jul 5 17:17:10 EDT 2006


Stephen,

So the golden berry seems to grow well in your neck of the woods. It
is of interest that this cultivar is hardy, and is more multi-purpose
then other varieties.

Not being a fan of the more sweeter juices, I'm more inclined to try
prehaps the Garrison's Pineapple Flavour or the poha berry






On 7/5/06, Stephen Sadler <Docshiva at docshiva.org> wrote:
> When I lived in zone 7a, cape gooseberry grew easily and prolifically as an
> annual from seed.  I grew the variety you mentioned, 'golden berry'.
>
> Stephen
>
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>
> Thx for the prompt response. So are you suggesting, that with proper
> spacing/control environment and garden maintenance techniques, the
> golden berry can self-propogate quite freely?
>
> This is great news then! After doing some more research, should be
> able to can a dozen or so jars of this beautiful succulent jam,
> provided the seeds I plant actually do grow.
>
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