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Hardy Kiwi Issai - Actinidia Arguta
7,99
Hardy Kiwi Issai - Actinidia Arguta
19,99
Actinidia Kolomikta - Mini Kiwi
29,99
Kiwi - Actinidia Deliciosa Jenny (Self-pollinating Kiwi)
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65,99
Actinidia Deliciosa Jenny - Self-pollinating Kiwi (Six-pack)
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Kiwi plant for sale online

Kiwi plant for sale online for delicious kiwi fruit from the garden in the winter. Originally from the other side of the world, from countries like China and New Zealand, this plant loves sun and heat. Nevertheless, different varieties of this climbing fruit thrive in the English garden. Species such as Mini Kiwi Issai and Actinidia Kolomikta are very winter hardy. Plant this climber in a sunny garden spot out of the wind. Before winter sets in, protect the base of the plant with a mulch of branches and leaves. Kiwi plant is for sale online in our webshop. Choose your favourite variety and grow delicious, healthy, exotic fruit in your garden.

Kiwi plants in the garden

Grow Kiwi plants in the garden, and you can enjoy delicious fruit in the winter. The best time to harvest kiwis is November. You do need to have patience before being able to grow and harvest the fruit though. It takes about 5 to 10 years before this robust, whimsical fruit plant actually yields fruit. In the first few years, this fruit plant puts most of its energy into growing. This impetuous grower needs a lot of space and support in the garden. Plant this climber near a wall or pergola, preferably in well-drained, humus-rich soil. To get your plants to produce fruit, you need to plant a male and female together or grow a self-pollinating variety.

How to prune a Kiwi plant

You need to prune a kiwi plant to keep it in check. The best way is to prune it several times during the summer. Pruning stimulates growth and good crop yield. Pruning between December and May is therefore not recommended.

  
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