Gooseberry cordon "Invicta"

Photo: Nina Pope 15.05.10

Gooseberry cordon "Invicta"

Gooseberry "Invicta" (Ribes uva-crispa var reclinatum)

Fruit - Edible?: Edible

Notes from Keepers nursery: Invicta is a very popular green gooseberry. The large green berries are excellent for culinary use but are also sweet enough to eat fresh when fully ripe. The bushes are vigorous, heavy cropping and have good mildew resistance.

Use: Dual Cul & Des

Colour: Green

Origin: Kent UK 1983

Self-fertility: Self Fertile

In Saturday 6th February 2010

  • Planted Out by Group, Sat 6th Feb '10
    At tree planting event
  • Pruned by Group, Fri 11th Mar '11
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