Gooseberry ‘Invicta’ is a green culinary cultivar that has good resistance to mildew . Heavy crops of large, flavourful green fruit that hang in heavy clusters down the length of the branch. Berries are green and hairy when ripe. Very vigorous with a spreading habit and large thorns. Ripens in December-January. Excellent for pies, jam or freezing. Gooseberries require moist but well-drained soil that has been improved with organic matter. They can be grown as goblet-shaped bushes or cordons. Water well as fruits swell. Height and spread 1 – 1.5m.