Gooseberries, Red (hinnomaki) and Green (uva-crispa), are easy to grow and tolerate a range of soil conditions. Cropping is best if planted in a sunny situation, but will be ok with some shade. A gooseberry bush will fruit from late spring throughout the summer and be a great source of various culinary uses. All gooseberries are self-fertile and set a permanent root system that should provide years of crops, provided you prune the bush a little each year.
Gooseberries Are For Life
- The Gooseberry is self fertile, pollinated by insects and wind
- Establish a permanent root system providing years of good crops
- We have selected gooseberry bushes that are selected for sweet flavours, disease resistance, easy to grow and good croppers
Bare root gooseberry bushes are for sale from November to April annually. Browse our Fruits section for more garden greats while you wait for red and green gooseberries ready again in November.