English variety of yellow-fruited gooseberries, the main advantages are fruit size, high yields and full resistance to American gooseberry powdery mildew.
Crossing: (Resistenta x Whinhams Industry) x Keepsake, 1983
Vigour: strong, upright to spreading shrub, with numerous spines
Fruit: large to very large, oval, yellow-green when fully ripe. The pulp is juicy, medium-flavoured.
Harvest season: mid-late, mid-July
Yield: high and regular. The berries are suitable for fresh consumption and further processing.
Disease resistance: resistant to American gooseberry powdery mildew
Frost resistance: high