Gooseberry Invicta are a very popular variety, vigorous and heavy cropping. Producing almost double the yield than that of other varieties. The large pale green berries, are smooth skinned with an extremely sweet flavour. Essentially a culinary variety but can also be eaten fresh. The fruit is superb for cooking with as its stays firm, it also freezes well, maintaining shape and colour.
Plant Gooseberry Invicta at a distance of 1.5m apart. Fruits appear from late July to August.
These are 2 year old plants, in the first season of planting these will concentrate on establishing, although you might see some fruit in this year, it will be the following year that you will see plentiful crop.
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Brand: James McIntyre & Sons
Supplied as: 3 Litre fruit pot by James McIntyre & Sons
Eventual Height: 150cm (59")
Eventual Spread: 100cm (40")
Crops: Late July-August
Botanical name: Ribes uva-crispa