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7799J Kiwi with yellow pulp 'Golden Kiwi'
Female

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Plant grown in 2 liters pot - Height of plant: 30/40 cm.
14.95 Available
7799M Kiwi 'Adam' - Male
Required: 1 Male for 7 Females

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Plant grown in 2 liters pot - Height of plant: 30/40 cm.
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7799K Kiwi with yellow pulp 'Golden Kiwi'
Female

Plant grown in 2 liters pot - Height of plant: 30/40 cm.
Unit price available starting from 3 units purchased.
13.95 Available
7799L Kiwi with yellow pulp 'Golden Kiwi'
Female

Plant grown in 2 liters pot - Height of plant: 30/40 cm.
Unit price available starting from 10 units purchased.
12.95 Available
7799A FERTILISER – Fertiliser tablet to place at the bottom of the hole before planting. Slow release over 7 to 8 months. Only 1 tablet in each hole. 0.40 Available

 

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Kiwi with yellow pulp - Actinidia deliciosa (latin)

Geographical origin: New Zealand
Adult dimensions: Height up to 5 m, width up to 3m.
Foliage: Deciduous.
Type of soil: Moist and well-drained, not too acidic, not too chalky.
Hardiness: Hardy to -12°C, resistant to diseases.
Site: Partial-shade to full sun.


Properties and uses:
The pulp of this kiwi has a colour different from that of the famous green kiwi, but it has the same amount of vitamins C, is sweeter and less acid. The fruits are between 5 and 8 cm long, they are a clear bronze colour, and the pulp is yellow. They are ripe around November.

For perfect pollination and better yield, we recommend planting one male Kiwi for every 7 feet of female Kiwi.
The kiwi is a vigorous climbing plant which can be used in the garden, but needs a sufficiently strong structure to support new shoots and fruits, because it doesn't cling to the surface.
In order to be protected from cold winds, this plant can be trained as an espalier against a south-facing wall. Pruning should be done in winter, in February or March. Prune as you would do for a vine, that is to say two or three eyes above the last fruit.

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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