The Invicta White gooseberry produces a berry that develops from green to white. It boasts a very sweet flavor and high yield. Eat them fresh, in fruit salads, in pies or preserves, or freeze to use in the winter.
- Mature height: 3 to 5 feet
- Mature width: 3 to 5 feet
- Hardiness Zones: 3 to 8
- Chill Hours: 1,000 (minimum)
- Sunlight: Full to partial
- Harvest time: June to July
- Bearing Age: One to two years after planting
- Good for canning, desserts, fresh eating
- Cold-hardy to -40 degrees F
Have you tried growing Invicta White gooseberry bushes? What region do you grow them in? Please tell us your experiences growing Invicta White gooseberries.
I have tried to grow Invicta for 3 years now. The plant looks healthy but no flowers, no fruit. I live in the Texas Hill Country Zone 8. Our soil is almost non existent and therefor I have everything planted in raised beds and the gooseberry is in a large container at the S/W side of our house. Is there anything I do wrong?