High-quality red-fruited Russian variety of high-yielding, tasty and hardy gooseberry.
Crossing: Avenarius x Oregon, breeder O.A. Medvedeva and I.S. Studenskaya, 1992
Vigour: moderate, upright, slightly spreading, snumerous shoots with spines
Site requirements: direct sun
Fruit: attractive, large, average weight from 4 to 6 g, round-oval, cherry red color
Taste: excellent, sweet and sour, highly rated
Harvest season: mid-early, mid-June
Yield: high and regular. Yield from one shrub on average 6 kg. The berries are suitable for fresh consumption and for processing into juices and jams. The variety is also suitable for commercial cultivation.
Disease resistance: resistant to American gooseberry powdery mildew
Frost resistance: completely hardy