WHAT IS A WORCESTER BERRY

Used for maldng jam and jelly, the fruit of the Worcester berry is purplish-blue and produced in bunches, or trusses, black currant fashion. The plant is a cross between black currant and gooseberry and the fruit partakes of the flavour of both parents. Habit of growth resembles that of the gooseberry, and treatment is the same.

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