GOOSEBERRY Hinnonmaki Yellow

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An excellent very hardy, yellow fruiting mid-season variety.  Hinnonmaki Yellow has a spreading growth habit and may require support in maturity.

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An excellent very hardy, yellow fruiting mid-season variety.  Hinnonmaki Yellow has a spreading growth habit and may require support in maturity.  It is a heavy cropper of medium sized, greenish-yellow berries with a unique aromatic flavour (and a hint of apricot according to experts!)  Specifically bred in Finland for hardiness and disease resistance, it is particularly resistant to powdery mildew.  The fruit is sweet enough to be eaten straight from the bush and is delicious in desserts and preserves.  Eventual height: 1.2m (4ft).  Eventual spread: 1½m (5ft).  Cropping season: mid July.  Self fertile.

3 litre stock will be supplied pot grown where possible. 

Bare root stock is available for dispatch between late October & late March. Orders can be placed in advance at any time, just bear in mind that payment will be taken in full at time of ordering.

Planting:

Plant 1.5m (5ft) apart in rows 2m (6ft) apart.

Likes an open sunny or lightly shaded frost-free spot, sheltered from strong winds.  Prefers a slightly acid, moist but well-drained fertile soil.

Soak the root-ball before planting.  Plant in a hole twice the diameter of the root-ball or pot.  Mix an organic soil improver and general fertiliser with the infill soil.  Water regularly until established.

After Care:

Fruit is produced on previous year’s shoots.  Cut back all shoots by one-half after planting.  Develop a framework of 6-8 branches.  Each winter from year 3 shorten leading shoots by one-half and remove branches from the centre of the bush.  Shorten side shoots from last year’s growth to 2 buds.  Apply a general fertiliser in spring.

Additional information

Product Type

3L, Bare Root

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