Ribes missouriense (Missouri Gooseberry) is one of the most common Gooseberries in the Midwest. Like other Gooseberries, it has small thorns and it's berries are known to be used in jellies, preserves, and pies. Ribes missouriense requires both male and female plants to produce fruit. It can be used in an open woodland or partial sun understory planting.
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