The Invicta gooseberry has the peculiarity of producing large green fruits of medium size (6 gr.). This variety is mid-season and is resistant to rust and white. Its hardiness zone is 3a.
This shrub grows to 1.5 m high with medium green leaves. It is hardy, highly productive, and bears sweet, acidulous, tasty berries that go from light green to pinkish-red in July. These can be eaten fresh or made into jellies. The plant prefers full sun or light shade in a Zone 3 environment. The red variety is more acidulous than the white, and is therefore more likely to be used in recipes like jellies, jams, pastries, and syrups.