Pixwell Gooseberry


This Gooseberry shrub is most known for its high fruit yields with no significant flowers that appear. The fruit is primarily grown for its edible berries, and for being nearly thornless. The berries are a salmon-pink blush color, have sweet flesh, and a tangy skin. The shrub is resistant to mildew and needs regular pruning. It grows at medium rate, grow to about 4 ft at maturity, and has a spread of 5 ft.