Does anyone know a place to start to look. Google doesn't seem to
lead me to anything useful. I am interested in the HUGE gooseberrys
that I found in Latvia, Estonia, and western Russia. They are about
3/4 to one inch across and turn red to almost black when ripe. They
have a sweet, yet comfortably tart flavor.
Thanx to anyone who might know where I may find more information.
oz, deep in the Ozarks
Thank you, but it would be difficult to have an agent purchase them
for me in Finland or (other) Europe and then mail them to the central
US. Our customs people get fussy about incoming produce.
oz, who has enjoyed his short trips to Helsinki
They sell lots of bush fruits from Russia, etc,
including seven different cultivars of gooseberries.
Another source of fruits that aren't common in the US
is Raintree Nursery. Their shipping is a tad high, but
they have stuff that's hard to find anywhere else.
USDA Zone 3
Bedouin proverb: If you have no troubles, buy a goat.
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