Category: Gooseberry Bushes

Gooseberry Captivator - 2l Potted Plant 0

Gooseberry Captivator – 2l Potted Plant

Practically Thornless, This Red-fruited Dessert Gooseberry Produces Lots Of Spherical Juicy Fruit And Shows Great Resistant To The Disease American Gooseberry Mildew. This Variety Is Fast-growing And Produces A Good Canopy Of Leaves And Fruit Sweet Enough To Eat Straight Away.available In 2 Litre Pots, Your Plants Are Young And Vigorous And With A Good Root Network, Naturally Ready To Put Up Lots Of Fruiting Stems Once You Plant Them Up Between Autumn And Spring.on Arrival Your Plant May Have Some Fruit But it Will Fruit In Earnest In The first summer After it Has Seen Through A Winter After Planting.cut Back Fruited Stems To The Ground In The Second Autumn And Tie In The New Leafy Stems To Supports- These Will Produce The Delicious Gooseberries For You To Enjoy The Following Year.

Gooseberry Xenia - 1x 9cm Potted Plant 0

Gooseberry Xenia – 1x 9cm Potted Plant

Gooseberry Xenia Is A Superb And Delicious Variety That Is Easy To Grow And Produces A Fantastic Crop Each And Every Time. proving To Have Superb Mildew Resistance, The Exceptionally Sweet, Smooth-skinned Gooseberry Xenia Produces Fruit Towards The End Of June And Has Almost Spine Free Stems Making It Easier To Harvest. your Plants On Arrival you Receive Your New Plant As Small A Potted Plant With The Stem And Leaves Wrapped In A Polythene Wrap And A Soil Ball With An Established Root Network For Great Growing Potential.can’t Plant Right Away?you Can Keep Your Plant In Its Plastic Wrap For As Long As 3-5 Days So Long As You Make Sure The Root Area Is Nice And Humid And The Roots Feel Moist.keep Your Plants In A Light, Cool Position Away From Full Sun Like An Unheated Porch Or Greenhouse, Or Even Outdoors On A Clear, Dry Day.look To Planting Your New Plant In Its Permanent Position Within A Week Or So.gooseberry Xenia Is Protected By Plant Variety Rights And Cannot Be Propagated Even For Own Use And Resold Without Licence.

Gooseberry Xenia - 3x 9cm Potted Plants 0

Gooseberry Xenia – 3x 9cm Potted Plants

Gooseberry Xenia Is One Of The Sweetest Gooseberries, And You Can Eat The Fruits Straight From The Bush Or Add To Delicious Desserts. 3 Plants For A Fantastic Harvest! proving To Have Superb Resistance To Mildew, A Disease That Restricts The Growth And Fruiting Of Gooseberries, The Exceptionally Sweet, Smooth-skinned Gooseberry Xenia Produces Fruit Towards The End Of June And Has Almost Spine Free Stems, Making It Easier For You To Harvest. your Plants On Arrival you Receive Your New Plants As Small A Potted Plants With The Stem And Leaves Wrapped In A Polythene Wrap And A Soil Ball With An Established Root Network For Great Growing Potential.can’t Plant Right Away?you Can Keep Your Plants In Their Plastic Wraps For As Long As 3-5 Days So Long As You Make Sure The Root Area Is Nice And Humid And The Roots Feel Moist.keep Your Plants In A Light, Cool Position Away From Full Sun Like An Unheated Porch Or Greenhouse, Or Even Outdoors On A Clear, Dry Day.look To Planting Your New Plant In Their Permanent Positions Within A Week Or So.gooseberry Xenia Is Protected By Plant Variety Rights And Cannot Be Propagated Even For Own Use And Resold Without Licence.

Standard Gooseberry Plant - Hinnonmaki - Bare Root 0

Standard Gooseberry Plant – Hinnonmaki – Bare Root

berries Easy To Picklots Of Delicious Berries Every Yeartrained As An Attractive Treethis Is A Delicious Dessert And Culinary Gooseberry Producing Very Large Red Fruit, And Every Bush Shows Impressive Resistance To Mildew Giving Your Guaranteed Harvests Of Sweet And Satisfying Fruit.hinnonmaki Red Shows Excellent Vigour And Produces Heavy Crops Of Sweet And Refreshing Fruit. Trained As A Miniature Tree Your Plants Present You Delicious Fruit At A Comfortable Height For Picking. your Plant Arrives To You As A Bare-root Fully Labelled Plant With Its Roots Surrounded By A Polythene Bag And The Whole Plant Sent To You In A Cardboard Box.

Standard Gooseberry Plant - Invicta - Bare Root 0

Standard Gooseberry Plant – Invicta – Bare Root

royal Horticultural Society Award Of Garden Meritgreat Variety For Baking, Desserts And Jam-making grows Well In Beds Or Containersgooseberry Invicta Crops Twice As Heavily As Others, Producing A Generous Crop Of Large Green Berries. The Perfect Home-grown Gooseberry Variety For Cooking, Freezing And Jam As The Fruit Holds Its Shape And Colour Well.with All These Gooseberries To Harvest You Save So Much When You Are Able To Avoid Expensive Punnets From The Supermarket. Plus You Get An Attractive Plant That Add Height And Structure To Your Kitchen Garden.once Planted In Rich, Moist Soil We Recommend You Provide A Thick Layer Of Compost On The Surface Around The Plant Which Will Keep The Soil Area Warm And The Roots Stimulated Before Your Plant Grows In Earnest In Spring.

Jostaberry - Plants 0

Jostaberry – Plants

The Jostaberry Is Super Fruit Which Is A Cross Between A Gooseberry And Black Currant. It Is Very Resistant To Mildew, Has No Thorns And Crops Well.in Appearance It Is Very Like A Blackcurrant But With Fruit Twice The Size. Can Be Grown Against A Wall Or Trellis.as Well As Growing In A Fruit Garden, These Colourful Fruits Are Perfect For Growing On Your Patio. 

Gooseberry Bush Collection 0

Gooseberry Bush Collection

Take Advantage Of This Fantastic Collection Of Patio-container Gooseberry Varieties, In Three Charming Colours And Full Of Fresh Taste.your Gooseberry Collection Consists Of Three Bushes; One Bush Each Of:hinnonmaki Yellow – Sweet And Juicyinvicta – Tart Yet Satisfyingxenia – Red And Fragrantevery One Of Your Three Plants Is Two-year Old Bushes With A Sturdy Leg With At Least Two Strong Fruiting Stems. This Means They Are Perfectly Trained When They Get To You, Ready For The Plants To Grow And Give You Maximum Fruit.we Recommend You Plant One Variety In A 30cm (12in) Pot Of Rich Yet Free-draining Soil- Choose John Innes No3. These Varieties Grow Happily In Sun Or Shade. Just Cut Back The Stems In Winter That Are Crossing, Growing Inwards Or Spindly-looking.gooseberry Xenia Is Protected By Plant Variety Rights And Cannot Be Propagated Even For Own Use And Resold Without Licence.