Actinidia spp.
A large family of vines native to Asia, Kiwis add beauty to the landscape and provide nutritious and delicious fruit. Easy to grow, very productive and pest and disease free, they are among our favorite plants. All Kiwis require a male plant for pollination. Hardy and Fuzzy Kiwi varieties generally pollinate other. Arctic Beauty Kiwi male blooms too pollinate other species.
Male Hardy Kiwi
Selected for its profuse bloom, our Male variety can pollinate up to 8 female Hardy Kiwi plants. It also makes an attractive and vigorous, non-fruit bearing ornamental vine. 8460
Michigan State
One of our favorites, this unusual variety bears extremely large, sweet, flavorful, lime-green fruit. 8471
Pasha™ Male
(A.B. Male cv.) Pasha™ was selected for its particularly fine pink, white and green variegation. Pasha™ will pollinate up to 8 Arctic Beauty female plants and does not bear fruit. 8624
Pavel ™ Male
(SV Male cv.) A beautiful ornamental, Pavel™ features large, fragrant white flowers and silvery-white foliage. It is a good pollinator for our female varieties of Silver Vine Kiwi and does not bear fruit. 8710
Pilosula Kiwi
Actinidia pilosula
We thoroughly enjoy the striking, variegated foliage of this Chinese native. This compact vine is prized for its long, narrow, dark green foliage that becomes clothed with white patches and accents and profuse, fragrant, rose pink flowers. Hardy to minus 10°F, this beautiful vine likes partial shade and well-drained soil. Our variety is a male clone that does not bear fruit. 8650
This hardy Canadian variety is well suited for the backyard grower and small orchardist. The fruit is large and sweet and ripens about one week before Hayward. 8270
September Sun™
(Sentyabraskaya cv.) This superior female variety produces good crops of large, sweet and flavorful fruit and is also prized for its colorful foliage. 8666
Vera’s Pride™
(220 cv.) This attractive selection bears large, sweet and tasty, light orange fruit. 8720
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