"Ribes uva-crispa, a plant producing an edible fruit grown in both commercial and domestic uses, of the grossulariaceae family which has many similar members such as the blackcurrant. Uva-crispa plants grow 1 to 3 yards in height, with branches thick with sharp spines. The fruit of wild gooseberries is smaller than cultivated sorts, but often of good flavor. The sometimes-hairy fruits can be green, red, or deep purple," Milton spouted mechanically as he entered the room, having been lured there by the sound of a light switch outside of normal light-switch times.
His spiel ended, having dedicated only small parts of the entry on gooseberries to memory, he stared at the others in the room. Seeing Frenzy, he pointed and said to Vi, "This one's aspect ratio is low of standards. Can it be rerendered?"