Amish Red Gooseberry Bush - NO SHIP to NC, WV, NH - 2.5" Pot
Gift wrapping Options available
Growth Habit: Gooseberries are deciduous shrubs, fast growing under optimum conditions to 3 feet tall and 6 feet wide. The plant is suitable for training as a standard. Annual growth is in a single flush in spring. The roots are superficial, fine and easily damaged by frequent cultivation. Flowers: The inconspicuous flowers, green with pink flushed petals, open in early spring. They are borne laterally on one-year old wood and on short spurs of older wood. The flowers are self-fertile and pollinated by wind and insects, including bees. Each flower bud opens to yield from one to four flowers, depending on cultivar. Fruit: The fruit, borne singly or in pairs at the axils, is a berry with many minute seeds at the center. A gooseberry may be green, white (gray-green), yellow, or shades of red from pink to purple to almost black.
CULTURE Location: Gooseberries like morning sun, afternoon part-shade and buoyant air circulation. They are most productive in full sunlight but the leaves sunburn easily under California conditions. They can be grown in the high shade of fruit trees such as persimmon or on the north side of buildings. American gooseberry are much more sun tolerant. Plants collapse quickly when soil or air temperature exceeds 85 degrees F. Amish Red is American origin; very productive large bush; berries are red, medium sized; not susceptible to mildew.
We cannot ship this item to New Hampshire, North Carolina and West Virginia per state regulations.
Up to 3' Tall. Zones 3-9
Gooseberries like morning sun, afternoon part-shade and buoyant air circulation
Very productive with dark red medium sized fruit on upright plants
Immediate shipping in a 2.5" pot, dormant shipping in winter