Gooseberry coloring pages - a section that will help children learn more about garden crops. Medium-sized bushes with patterned leaves and thorny shoots can be found in almost any summer cottage. Berries appear on the branches in June. They have a rather dense skin, on which oblong veins are clearly visible. Unripe gooseberries are very sour, but as they ripen, more and more sweet notes appear in the taste. Compotes and preserves are made from berries, marmalade and jam are made. To color a ripe gooseberry, children can choose green, yellow, red or purple. Select your favorite gooseberry coloring pages, and then print them in A4 format.

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