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.
(Ananasnaja) A very vigorous and productive vine, Anna is the most popular variety for commercial production and bears abundant crops of large, very sweet, flavorful fruit. 8420
(Kruploplodnaya cv.) Prized for its unusually large, sweet and flavorful, lime-green fruit, Emerald™ also makes a very attractive, ornamental vine. 8618
Hardy Red
Actinidia purpurea
This unique variety features attractive, sweet-tart, cranberry-red Kiwis with red flesh. 8500
This popular variety of Fuzzy Kiwi is the one found in markets. Hayward's large, sweet and attractive fruit is especially delicious when home grown and vine ripened. Hayward is considered the best variety for commercial growing. 8220
Hot Pepper™
(233-13 cv.) This unique variety bears good crops of orange-yellow fruit with sweet and spicy flavor, somewhat like a mild chili 8705
From Japan, Issai has a more compact growth habit than other Hardy Kiwis and often begins fruiting the year after planting. Issai is hardy to about minus 10°F. 8435
Ken’s Red
Actinidia purpurea x melanandra
This special New Zealand variety bears abundant crops of very large fruit with purple-red skin and sweet and tasty red flesh. 8510
Male Fuzzy Kiwi
A beautiful ornamental vine with large, fragrant flowers and foliage, our Male selection is a good pollinator for our female varieties. One Male will pollinate up to 8 females and does not bear fruit. 8230
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