This unique, female variety bears good crops of orange-yellow fruit with a sweet and spicy flavor, somewhat like a mild chili pepper.
This unique Japanese variety is prized for its heavy crops of large, sweet and flavorful fruit. Less vigorous than other varieties of Hardy Kiwi, Issai can be grown on a fence or wall and often begins bearing the year after planting. Issai is hardy to minus 10°F.
Actinidia purpurea x melanandra
Introduced by New Zealand horticulturist Ken Nobbs, Ken's Red bears good crops of very large, sweet, and tasty fruit with reddish purple skin and flesh.
Male Fuzzy Kiwi
Chosen for its long bloom period, our male variety is an excellent pollinator for our female plants. It will pollinate up to 8 female plants and also makes a spectacular, ornamental vine. Male plants do not bear fruit.
Male Hardy Kiwi
Covered with fragrant, bright white flowers in May, this attractive, vigorous and easy-to-grow variety can can pollinate up to 8 female plants. Male plants do not bear fruit.
This valuable, very productive variety is prized for its exceptionally large fruit and delicious flavor. Michigan State’s lime green fruit can weigh up to 1 oz.
From Vladivostok, Russia, this exceptionally hardy variety bears abundant crops of sweet and delicious, large round fruit. Natasha is hardy to minus 35°F. or below.
A good pollinator for our female Arctic Beauty varieties, this beautiful vine features strikingly colorful foliage. One Pasha™ Male plant can pollinate up to 8 female plants. Male Kiwi plants do not bear fruit.