Gooseberry, also known as Amla, is a fruit-bearing plant that grows in Nepal. With its small round berries, gooseberry adds a burst of tangy and slightly sweet flavor to culinary preparations and traditional remedies. The gooseberry plant typically takes 2 to 3 years to mature and produce fruit. Known for its high content of vitamin C and other beneficial nutrients, gooseberries are valued for their antioxidant and medicinal properties. They are enjoyed fresh, pickled, or used in jams, chutneys, and herbal preparations. Gooseberry cultivation offers a nutritious addition to Nepal’s agricultural bounty.