Unique, attractive and ornamental vines, Kiwis are native to Asia and Eastern Russia. Easy to grow and free of pests and diseases, Kiwis produce abundant crops of delicious and nutritious fruit. In addition to the familiar, fuzzy brown Kiwi, we offer other species of Kiwi, which are not so well known to American gardeners and consumers. All Species of Kiwi require a male and female plant for cross-pollination and fruit production.
Very sweet and flavorful, this unique species of Kiwi is like candy on a vine. While smaller than Fuzzy Kiwi, you can eat these fuzzless Kiwis like grapes, tender skin and all. Hardy to minus 25° F. or below and free of pest and disease problems, one female plant can produce 100 lbs. or more of fruit!
This superior variety bears good crops of large, green, sweet and delicious fruit. 74-49 is one of the earliest ripening Hardy Kiwi varieties.
This extra hardy male is from Vladivostok, Russia. Andrey™ is hardy to minus 35°F. and is well suited to pollinate Natasha™ and Tatyana™. Andrey™ is hardy to minus 35°F. or below.
Very popular with both home gardeners and commercial growers. Anna is very productive and features large, attractive, very sweet and flavorful fruit.
This unique variety produces light green, flattish and ribbed fruit, which look somewhat like miniature pumpkins. Dumbarton Oaks’ fruit is prized for its sweet and delicious flavor.
This unique and productive species of Hardy Kiwi is prized for its very sweet and flavorful, large, dark green fruit.
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Early blooming and Less vigorous than other Hardy Kiwi males, Flowercloud is a good mate for Issai. Like Issai, Flowercloud should be hardy to at least minus 10°F.
This unique species of Hardy Kiwi bears good crops of striking, cranberry-red fruit with red flesh. Very popular in taste tests, these delicious Kiwis are prized for their sweet-tart flavor.
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.