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We have had a Haywood female and a male of some kind planted for 3 months in Hobart Tasmania. They are in the same location and get the same amount of sun and water n shade.
The male is thriving but the female is a lot slower. Any idea why?
Also the leaves are dying on both plants put they are growing new ones, is thus normal?
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Together male is on the right.
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi New
I see nothing wrong with your kiwis except that weeds are starting to take them over. Spread organic mulch around your plants to suppress the pesky weeds and to keep them cool during summer. You might also start planning to construct a sturdy trellis for them to climb, grow and eventually bear fruit, sooner rather than later.
Happy Gardening :-)
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