Gooseberry Invicta: Now the most widely grown gooseberry, giving bumper crops of large oval green fruits which ripen to pale yellow. Invicta is easy to grow and bushes crop as soon as the year after planting.

Gooseberry Invicta: Now the most widely grown gooseberry, giving bumper crops of large oval green fruits which ripen to pale yellow. Invicta is easy to grow and bushes crop as soon as the year after planting.

Red Currant: This is one of the few plants that has been known to fruit very heavily in the shade. These shrubby bushes grow to about 5 by 5 feet and produce dense clusters of nutrient rich red berries which contain high levels of vitamins A and C. The translucent berries are produced in abundance and hang like jewels creating a stunning mid-summer appearance. Great for making pies, jams, jellies, and fruit leather!

Red Currant: This is one of the few plants that has been known to fruit very heavily in the shade. These shrubby bushes grow to about 5 by 5 feet and produce dense clusters of nutrient rich red berries which contain high levels of vitamins A and C. The translucent berries are produced in abundance and hang like jewels creating a stunning mid-summer appearance. Great for making pies, jams, jellies, and fruit leather!

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The peeling white bark of these Himalayan birches provide a beautiful contrast to the ferns and astilbes below.

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