Grossularia


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Gros`su`la´ria


n.1.(Min.) Same as Grossular.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Rock Taxa Percentage Turf 72.17 Hydroids (grouped) 65.41 Encrusting sponge 1 61.77 Pomatoceros triqueter 51.77 Encrusting sponge 2 50.10 Encrusting sponge 4 33.54 Encrusting sponge 3 33.33 Nemertesia antennina 30.00 Alcyonium digitatum 25.20 Red algae 23.74 Boulders and Cobbles Taxa Percentage Hydroids (grouped) 72.73 Turf 65.16 Pomatoceros triqueter 50.19 Encrusting sponge 4 31.32 Flustra foliacea 28.05 Encrusting sponge 1 26.40 Encrusting sponge 2 25.58 Nemertesia antennina 24.63 Pentapora fascialis 20.15 Alcyonium digitatum 19.71 Sand Taxa Percentage Hydroids (grouped) 20.00 Red algae 20.00 Encrusting sponge 4 15.00 Turf 15.00 Alcyonium digitatum 5.00 Ammodytes tobianus 5.00 Calliostoma zizyphinum 5.00 Dendrodoa grossularia 5.00 Halecium halecinum 5.00 Nemertesia antennina 5.00
Gooseberries (Ribes grossularia) GOOSEBERRIES are among the old-fashioned classics, their tart flavour coming into its own in pies, fools and sauces.
An ideal fruit for the small garden, gooseberries (Ribes grossularia) are easy to grow, produce a large amount of fruit for their size and will tolerate partial shade conditions.