A Worcesterberry is a gooseberry - blackcurrant cross with a vigorous upright brush and a tart gooseberry flavour. Bushes are large and thorny and make excellent fruiting hedges though gloves need to worn when picking. Berries are probably too sour for most tastes when eaten raw a real treat when used in apple crumbles and for making jams or sauces. I find Worcesterberry has a richer, more aromatic flavour than gooseberries, they grow into a brute of a bush but well worth growing.
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