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Gooseberry Plant Collection

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Save money and guarantee proper pollination when you buy a gooseberry plant collection. Proper pollinators are conveniently included for you, so you won’t miss out on the abundance of flowers and fruit from these gooseberry plants. Plus, you’ll get a discounted price when purchasing a collection compared to purchasing the plants individually.

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Invicta & Hinnonmaki

$22.99
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Pixwell & Hinnonmaki

$22.99
  • 2 or more: $19.99 each
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Zone Compatibility

This Variety's Zone Range 3 - 8
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The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.

Tools & Supplies

Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

Planting & Care

Learn all about how to grow gooseberry plants in The Growing Guide. An entire section of our website dedicated to your growing success.

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Why did you choose this?
Stark Bro's Store
Based on reviews
Cathy S on Apr 14, 2019
Reminds me of my childhood in Europe.
Kim H on Mar 15, 2019
Based on reviews
Cathy S on Apr 14, 2019
Remember gooseberry pie from childhood in England, so going to grow my own.
Peter D on Mar 31, 2019
Reminds me of my childhood in Europe.
Kim H on Mar 15, 2019
Something you can't find in stores. I don't think i ever even had a fresh Gooseberry.
Amy F on Mar 14, 2019
When I was a child there were gooseberries growing at a house we rented. I have wanted to have some of my own for sixty-five years. Hope they are as good as I remember.
Polly C on Mar 11, 2019
Grows in light shade which is what I have a lot of.
Pamela V on Mar 9, 2019
I came from Poland and I wanted to remind myself of the taste of childhood
Tomasz S on Mar 2, 2019
I bought these before and planted them where I lived in Idaho. I have moved to a different location in Idaho, and, since they were prolific and grew/bore well before, I got some more.
Philip G on Feb 24, 2019
I need a wider variety and more gooseberries since my chickens keep stripping the fruits from the two I have now. Want to plant these out front with the honeyberries where (hopefully) they'll be safe.
Tina S on Jan 19, 2019
Want to try Gooseberries
Berton M on Jan 9, 2019
My parents lived in England for years, and I used to visit constantly in college and grad school. They had gooseberries in the yard, and I've always wanted my own. It took me 20 years, but now I have them.
Stephanie S on Feb 22, 2018
I had gooseberry plants growing up as a kid and wanted to have the pies again as an adult.
Samantha S on May 7, 2017
Have had great luck with gooseberries including your Hinnonmaki red. They come through harsh winters with vigor in the spring, and do well in the more shaded areas where many other plants would not thrive.
Timothy C on Apr 7, 2017
Loved gooseberries as a child and looking forward to growing some. Hope my daycare kids enjoy them as much as I did!
Michelle G on Mar 7, 2017
Always like gooseberries when I was a kid. Don't see them around where I live now. REALLY tired of raspberries.
John G on Jun 12, 2016
Not a fan of vine-like plants like grapes, but these plants are a good alternative to grapes in the backyard and around the house. Easy to propagate by using cuttings from the bush. It's also cold hardy.
Sharifur S on May 25, 2016
As a child I really enjoyed gooseberries. Since the grocery stores in my area do not sell them I decided to grow them myself.
ANNETTE R on May 19, 2016
Wanted to introduce gooseberry's to our garden and for the delicious homemade pies.
Bonnie W on May 17, 2016
I love gooseberry can't wait to taste that tarte hmmhmmm
Mark K on Apr 23, 2016
had gooseberries in a friend's yard and thought I'd try growing them myself.
Leigh D on Apr 8, 2016
Jelly and wine making.
ROBERT J on Mar 11, 2016
Oh I love them. Remember them from my childhood :)
Joanna R on Mar 2, 2016
Don't have any of these in this area and we used to raise them on our farm. Miss not having any.
JUDY G on Feb 20, 2016
My dad had them in New England when I was a kid.
JOHN P on Feb 18, 2016
Remember gooseberry pie from childhood in England, so going to grow my own.
Peter D on Mar 31, 2019
Something you can't find in stores. I don't think i ever even had a fresh Gooseberry.
Amy F on Mar 14, 2019
Do these varieties really survive in North Texas zone 8 with the heat we get in summer?
Bruce T on Mar 23, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I live in Guymon, OK (north of Amarillo) in zone 6B. My first year planting both gooseberries and jostaberries and currants was a learning experience. While they all started out fine, I lost several (I think) due to the mid-summer heat and hot, dry wind we get here. My second year planting them, I moved them into a part/sun shaded, somewhat protected location with much better results. No casualties and all came through the winter with flying colors. Likewise with some blueberry varieties. I was quite surprised by how well most blueberry varieties did here (quite unexpected) but several varieties (again) baked by the end of the summer. Same solution. worked for me there too..
How would these do in the high desert of Arizona?
Dan W on Dec 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm growing these in the high desert of southeast Idaho with no issues. Im a lot further north, but I would imagine the high desert temperature swings from day to night still apply. on the second year growth I harvested 3-4 gallons of berries. They seem to be doing very well and take minimal care.
Do you have to have a male and female plant?
Bonnie on Oct 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Both gooseberry plants in this collection are self-pollinating, but having them both will boost their production, giving you more and larger fruit.
I have red currants but I would to get some black currants also. Will you be selling any in the spring?
Marilyn H on Dec 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Black Consort currants will be available for spring shipping. If you click the link, you'll go to the product page where you can request an availability email - we'll contact you as soon as they're back in stock. Here's the page link: //www.starkbros.com/products/berry-plants/currant-plants/black-consort-currant

Customer Reviews

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One lived, one shipped dead--twice
The red gooseberry, the Hinnomaki, seems to be doing well af the second year. However, I know the difference between a dormant and a dead plant. Stark brothers clearly had an issue with the green gooseberry. They replaced the dead one that was shipped, but the replacement was the same. Dead, not dormant. Because of their policies, after a couple of tries they were unwilling to replace the replacement--even when I explained that the replacement was clearly dead upon arrival. Neither of the green gooseberries (the original nor replacement) ever gave rise to any bud. In general, I purchase repeatedly for 8 years, Stark trees, plants and shrubs. But I won't be wasting money to replace the green gooseberry.
May 21, 2016
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Gooseberries
Plants are doing well after one year. I look forward to a fine crop for pies and jam.
June 24, 2017
Year 1
I had berries the first year. Last year, they looked a little scraggly. But, they look great this year and already have berries!
May 20, 2016
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Winter hardy zone 4
These plants have all survived the winter and look very healthy as of May 5th 2016. I hope they will produce some fruit this year. Last year I had a few berries on one plant. I would recommend the splats to all my bee keeping club members and any one else that would enjoy feeding the birds.
May 5, 2016
Purchased
over 5 years ago
gooseberries
Plants are growing great. I transplanted the plants two times due to deer eating them. There now green and thriving.
May 9, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Planted these last year. They got attacked by aphids, but rebounded and are thriving.
May 6, 2017
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Gooseberry Plants
We hadn't grown gooseberries before getting the plants last year. The plants were hardy and they produced limited fruit the first year but are producing lots of berries this time. Still too early to have a clear idea of how they'll bear right now.
May 19, 2016
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Gooseberry plant collection
The Invicta started out well, but died by the end of August. The Hinnonmaki survived planted 5' away from the Invicta. The Hinno has some large green berries on it at this stage of the season. The plant is about 2' tall and spreading, and growing vigorously.
May 21, 2016
Purchased
over 4 years ago
I received beautiful, viable bare root berry plants this spring1
These berry plants are doing very well so far but showed no signs of flowering this spring, but the plants are still robust, so hopefully we will have Gooseberries next year. This is my third try with Stark Bros. Goose berries and these were the best plants yet.
July 8, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
My gooseberrys look great.
Both plants survived and look healthy and ready to go this spring. There are even a few blossoms on the one already.
May 9, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago