[NAFEX] Golden Berry (aka. Cape Gooseberry)

Nate nrhora at gmail.com
Fri Jul 7 18:41:59 EDT 2006

Tried looking at various sites on the net without any luck. A dear
friend back in Kaminsa, Indiana had introduced this shrub to me, but
unfortunatly she has moved to a new area, and  when we went to visit
last time around the new owners wouldn't let us trespass on their
property, even with our valiant attempts to view.

On 7/7/06, Stefan Brandle <sbrandle at css.taylor.edu> wrote:
> > One variety you might want to explore is the Grand Feru Popedy. This
> > hybrid has been said to be an outstanding specimen, and is ideal in
> > a lot of different environments, from more dry, desert terrain to
> > richer soils, such as sandy looms/good drainage.
> So where does one get this? Seed Savers Exchange and Southern Exposure Seed Exchange do list a few varieties, but where does one look for seeds for all the other varieties?
> Thanks,
> -- sb
> NE Indiana, zone 5B, where whatever variety of Cape gooseberry I have is looking good and cranking out the fruit. From past memory, I would say that it will be end of July or early August before the first fruit is ripe.
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