Gooseberries Native to the Ozarks, Easy to Grow, and Tasty to Eat Says Extension Specialist

Gooseberries are a late spring-early summer favorite in the Ozarks according to Patrick Byers, a horticulture specialist with University of Missouri Extension. “Gooseberries also have roots in the Ozarks hills. They are native to much of southern Missouri,” said Byers.

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