Definition of Dwarf cape gooseberry
1. Noun. Stout hairy annual of eastern North America with sweet yellow fruits.
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Literary usage of Dwarf cape gooseberry
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1. The Principles of Vegetable-gardening by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1901)
"The Cape Gooseberry is a species that rarely ripens a full crop in the northern states, but the dwarf cape gooseberry produces freely as far north as ..."
2. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1916)
"dwarf cape gooseberry. HUSK TOMATO. GROUND CHERRY. Fig. 2934. Low annual, trailing flat on the ground, or sometimes ascending to the height of a foot: Ivs. ..."
3. The Book of Vegetables and Garden Herbs: A Practical Handbook and Planting by Allen French (1907)
"Most important is P. pubescens (Strawberry or Husk Tomato, Ground Cherry, Dwarf Cape Gooseberry), the one most grown, as being early and free-fruiting. ..."
4. Basutoland: Its Legends and Customs by Minnie Martin (1903)
"The only wild fruits to be found are a small, very inferior blackberry, the wild raspberry, and the dwarf cape gooseberry. ..."
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