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Kiwiberry

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13bsigma starts with ...
Hi, I was wondering if anyone knew if Kiwiberrys can be grown in Hobart? I believe they are all 'warmer climate' fruits, but I would really love to grow this.

Cheers,
Dane
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Markmelb says...
Hardy Kiwi can for sure as they grow below Canada.
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MyrtleTurtle says...
Can definitely be grown, along with all other species of Actinidia. The main issue will be the need for a male vine. Any male kiwi will suffice, some have better bloom overlap than others.
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Markmelb says...
You basically need 3 different males just to get pollination now days ~ my regular Hayward male and Arguta male were very late and I missed out ~ Issai is partially self fertile so got some to taste but am working towards an early male by grafting to a seedling I'm growing
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