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Hardy Kiwi, Ananasnaya, Grape Kiwi, Wee-kee   /   Actinidia arguta Ananasnaya

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Ananasnaya, Grape Kiwi, Wee-kee - Actinidia arguta Ananasnaya (latin)

Geographical origin: Asia.
Adult dimensions: Climber, Height up to 6 m, width up to 4 m.
Foliage: Deciduous.
Type of soil: Light and free draining.
Hardiness: Hardy to -20°C.
Site: Mid-shade to full sun.


Characteristics and uses:
This vining cultivar of the hardy kiwifruit is quite popular! In spring, the flowers fill the garden with their fragrance. They give way to bunches of delicious small fruit with a sweet pineapple taste. This small fruit can be harvested in autumn and contains as much vitamin C as its big cousin, the kiwi.

The Grape Kiwi – Actinidia arguta Ananasnaya– has only female flowers and is not self-fertile, so it needs a mate, such as the Hardy Kiwi Weiki.

Plant the Grape Kiwi along a wire fence or a wall with a trellis, preferably near a place where you come and go, so you can enjoy the flowers’ fragrance in spring and the fruit in autumn.

Plant them now: the shortest way to your plate is through your garden!

See the Kiwi, Actinidia catalogue
Climbing Fruit trees
Climbing plants Guide
Climbing plant Supports

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