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Dear All, Just to say many thanks for the safe arrival of StopgroG8, and the splendid willows. These were much better than I expected - not spindly twiglets, but superb, strong plants with good roots. Brilliant! They're budding already.
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Dear All, Just to say many thanks for the safe arrival of StopgroG8, and the splendid willows. These were much better than I expected - not spindly twiglets, but superb, strong plants with good roots. Brilliant! They're budding already.
Sue Patel - Maguire, Telford, Shrophire

Gooseberry Bush 'Pax'

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Ribes uva-crispa 'Pax'

  • Vigorous grower.
  • Virtually spineless.
  • Large, sweet fruit.

Supplied as a pot grown plant approximately 12" - 18" (30 - 45 cm) tall including pot.

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This virtually thornless gooseberry bush makes picking the fruit so much more fun! It is also a vigorous growerThis variety is thought to be a cross between Whinham's Industry and spineless variety from Canada in 1979 by Dr Elizabeth Keep. Please note that the young plants are still prickly, but they grow out of this as they get older!

The large, delicious, deep red fruits are great for making pies with or for eating straight from the bush as they are sweeter than the more traditional varieties.

  • Good mildew and leaf spot resistance.
  • Harvesting time approximately July.
  • Plant 6 feet (1.5 metres) apart.
  • Spineless (although can have spines on new growth).
  • Can be grown as a bush or espalier (we dispatch as a bush).
  • Likes a full sun or partial shade position.
  • Self fertile.

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How To...

How To Plant & Grow Soft Fruit
Information on unpacking and planting bare root and pot grown soft fruits either in the open ground or in containers and pots, with additional information on specific varieties.




Plant Passport Registration Number: GB-34265