• Captivator gooseberry
  • Captivator gooseberry
  • Captivator gooseberry
  • Captivator gooseberry

Captivator gooseberry

Ribes uva-crispa Captivator

The Captivator gooseberry is a very productive and self-fertile early variety. Its fruits, which you will enjoy from the first year, are very fragrant and sweet, they present a juicy flesh that will do wonders in jam, in pie and in other desserts, once picked, they keep very well in fresh....
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  • Delivery expected from 04/30/2024
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Description

Height at maturity 1/1M50
Wingspan at maturity 0,75M
Exposure sun
Flowering March - April
Hardiness -20°C

The Captivator gooseberry is a very productive and self-fertile early variety. Its fruits, which you will enjoy from the first year, are very fragrant and sweet, they present a juicy flesh that will do wonders in jam, in pie and in other desserts, once picked, they keep very well in fresh. Ribes uva-crispa Captivator is very vigorous and resistant. You won't have to do anything except to reap your fruits around the end of June to the beginning of July.

The melliferous flowering of the Captivator gooseberry bush appears at the end of March to April then gives way to small dark red to burgundy berries, delicious. The shrub is 1 to 1.50 m high with around 0.75 m spreading. It is very disease resistant and tolerates temperatures down to -20 ° C.

Ribes uva-crispa Captivator should be planted in cool, well-drained soil. It is quite appropriate to place it in a vegetable garden or in a hedge of fruit shrubs where you will not hesitate to accompany it with other small fruit trees such as a raspberry or a blackcurrant, you will also create hedges full of delicacies that will delight young and old.

Features

  • Common name : Captivator gooseberry
  • Family : Grossulariaceae
  • Category : fruit tree
  • Spread : 0,75M
  • Foliage : deciduous
  • Fruit : dark red, very fragrant, sweet and juicy
  • Harvest : June-July
  • Use : shrubbery - free or fruit hedges
  • Soil : slightly acidic
  • Habit : bushy
  • Earth to use : 75% universal potting soil and 25% heath earth
  • Density per m² : 1
  • Enemies : aphids - caterpillars
  • Possible diseases : resistant to diseases

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  • Step 2 Each order is processed individually.
  • Step 3 Plants are packed, staked and labeled.
  • Step 4 Packaging is carefully implemented to avoid any problems.
  • Step 5 Packages are ready to be shipped.

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