A reliable and still popular old variety Gooseberry Careless was originally introduced in the mid 1800s. Produces heavy crops of excellent quality smooth skinned fruit which can be used for culinary or preserving use when green crisp and young or if left on the bush till mid July onwards will ripen further to produce a lovely opaque yellow sweet dessert style gooseberry. RHS Award of Merit
Invicta is a vigorous growing variety resistant to mildew. The fruit is green when ripe and covered in pale hairs. The flavour is excellent and the fruit is ideal for processing. Maturity is early to mid summer.
A mid season, red fruited gooseberry. Produces well shaped, slightly bristly, dark red fruit. Plants are vigorous and spreading and need to be shaped by pruning. Virtually thornless once mature. Some resistance to mildew. Heavy cropper.