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KIWIFRUIT

Botanical Name: Actinidia deliciosa
Description

Kiwifruits grow on a vigorous and long lived deciduous vine.  Kiwifruit is a great tasting, highly nutritious treat. To eat, cut the fruit in half, then scoop the delicious flesh right out of the skin.  They can be added to fruit salads and desserts as well as to savoury dishes, they go particularly well with avocado's, fish, chicken and prawns.  They do not however combine well with yogurt as there is an enzyme in it that they react to. 

Hardy Kiwi Fruit

Kiwiberry Seedling

A small, green to purple skinned fruit similar to kiwifruit. Often sweeter than the kiwifruit, hardy kiwifruit can be eaten whole and need not be peeled. The skin is smooth and leathery providing a deceiving contrast to the fuzzy, brown exterior of its larger sibling fruits. Plant 3 or more to increase your chances of getting both male and female plants for pollination.
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$12.90 30 Seedling MT


*Need more than one for pollination

$12.90 22 Seedling ST

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Male Kiwi Blossom

Kiwifruit - Male

Preferred Male Kiwifruit pollinator. A non-fruiting, all purpose male used as a pollinator for female vines. 1 male per 8 females. Is also used as a pollinator for A. arguta (hardy kiwi).
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$24.90 28 Grafted 165mm


*Requires female for cross pollination

Kiwi fruit on vine

Kiwifruit - Bruno (female)

Large elongated fruit. Dark brown skin with dense, short, bristly hairs. Light-green flesh of good flavour. Ripens early May. Vigorous and productive with a relatively low chilling requirement.
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$24.90 27 Grafted 165mm


*Pollination - requires a male kiwi

kiwi gold compliments of pastry school

Kiwifruit Gold Seedling

Seed selected from a very sweet yellow fruited variety. We have found these seedlings to flower within 3 years from seed and exhibit low chilling requirements They will not come true to type but may be worth experimenting with to see if you can come up with your own special selection. Remember they are dioecious and hence seedlings may be male or female. They also make an excellent rootstock for grafting Kiwifruit varieties onto.
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$9.90 14 Seedling MT

Kiwi - H4 Female

Kiwifruit - H4 Female

Kiwifruit selection that crops well in subtropical areas. Good size and flavour, similar to the popular Hayward variety.
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$29.90 1 Grafted 165mm


*Pollinate - requires a Male

Kiwifruit Dexter female For Sale 165mm pot

Kiwifruit - Dexter (female)

Fruit is similar to Haywood only slightly more elongated. Relatively low chill requirement, well adapted to warmer winter areas. Originated in Queensland as a seedling of Haywood.
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$24.90 0 Grafted 165mm Email Me When Available
*Pollination - requires a male kiwi

Kiwiberry - Red Female - cutting

The name Hardy Kiwifruit comes from the fact that this species can tolerate very low winter temperatures and at the same time doesn't require a lot of winter chill, so can be grown over a wide climatic range. Pollinates with a regular male kiwi fruit. Hardy kiwifruits are smaller than normal Kiwifruit, an inch or so long. Fruits are borne in clusters and have smooth, edible skins so can be eaten just like grapes. The hardy kiwifruit has the same emerald-green interior and similar flavor to the grocery store kiwifruit, except that hardy kiwifruits are sweeter.
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$24.90 0 Cutting 165mm Email Me When Available
Kiwi - Sweetie female

Kiwifruit Sweetie (Female)

A very low chill kiwifruit selected by Daleys from a seedling commercial golden kiwifruit. Small to medium sized sweet yellow/green flesh. Vigorous and hardy. Well suited to the subtropics
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$27.00 0 Grafted 165mm Email Me When Available
*Requires a male kiwi fruit for pollination In Production
Male Kiwi Blossom

Kiwifruit - Male Sweetie

A very low chill male non fruiting kiwifruit for pollinating the Sweetie Kiwifruit selection.
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$24.90 0 Grafted 165mm Email Me When Available In Production
Kiwifruit Waynes female For Sale 165mm pot

Kiwifruit - Waynes (female)

Selection from a Chinese variety found in a local market. Parent fruit had touches of red radiating from seed. Fruit large, hairless and sweet, low acidity. Still need a few more years to evaluate. Very low chill. Looks promising for warmer subtropical areas as a backyard variety. A female vine
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$24.75 0 Grafted 165mm Email Me When Available In Production
Kiwifruit - Hayward Female

Kiwifruit - Hayward Female

Most popular commercial kiwifruit variety. Excellent quality and size, but does require a higher chill requirement than most other varieties. Kramer is an improved bud sport of the original Hayward
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$34.00 0 Grafted BRT Email Me When Available
*Prefers a male Chieftain kiwi fruit for pollination. In Production

Kiwifruit - M56 Male

Superior Male pollinator producing large quantities of viable pollen. Excellent pollinator for Hayward.
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$27.00 0 Grafted MT Email Me When Available Seeking Propagation Material
Kiwifruit - Male Chieftain

Kiwifruit - Male Chieftain

A higher chill male, it is the preferred pollinator for the Hayward Kramer
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$24.90 0 Grafted 165mm Email Me When Available Seeking Propagation Material

Plant Information or Specifications

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions)

2-5m

Plants required to Pollinate

2 compatible plants (Pollination Required)
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Can it Handle Frosts?

Yes

Amount of leaves in Winter?

No Leaves (Deciduous)

Fruiting/Harvest Months

April, May, June

 

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