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Hardy Kiwi Fruit 20 Seed -Actinidia chinensis-Perennial

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  • Hardy Zones 4-9
  • Plant 10 to 20 ft. apart
  • Kiwi plants are very pretty when used to cover a wall or fence or used in landscape design
  • The fruit is very high in Vitamin C and its use in recipes is endless
  • 20 Seeds

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004BOD58K
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Product Description

The Hardy Arctic Kiwi is THE FRUIT OF THE FUTURE. Fruits are now being marketed and sold in produce stores. It has been accepted in the marketplace and the demand will be growing in the very near future for the small delicious fruits. The Hardy Kiwi, are native to the mountains and hills of southwestern China where they grow wild in trees and on bushes. The Hardy Kiwi was introduced to the United Kingdom, Europe, United States, and New Zealand between 1900 to 1910 from China. Commercial plantings were made in New Zealand about 1930 and have become widespread over the last 20-30 years. These plants have been tested in New Hampshire and upper New York State where they survived 25 F below zero temperatures! Kiwi plants are attractive growers that require a sunny location, preferably with wind protection. They can be grown in different types of soils; however, the soil must be well drained. The vines take very little maintenance-just pruning and support to hold about 100 lbs. of fruit for a mature plant. Plant 10 to 20 ft. apart. They are hardy in zones 4-9. Kiwi plants are very pretty when used to cover a wall or fence or used in landscape design. The fruit is very high in Vitamin C and its use in recipes is endless. The hardy Kiwis ripen in mid to late September.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steel Tiger on May 20, 2012
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I've ordered these twice last year. The first set did nothing for over a month so I reordered. The day after I reordered, I had 1 sprout from the first set.
I got nothing from the second order. I figured it was just my bad luck.
The one that did sprout, I started in a jiffy pellet. I left it in there until the roots where growing out of the bottom and the plant was a few inches tall with 6 leaves. I transfered it to an 8 inch pot and put it into a fish tank with a few other plants I was growing and it suddenly took off. Warmth and high humidity was the key. In a couple month it took over the entire tank, so I cut it back to a small stump with 1 leaf. In a few days it had 3 new branches starting and in a month it was starting to take over again.
I cut it back again and removed it from the tank and placed it on a south facing window sill for a couple months. Then I put it outside to harden off. The sun quickly burnt the leaves, so I put it behind a potted tree I'm planning on planting.
I just watered it and it now has 5 branches growing on it and in 2 or three weeks, it'll be in the ground along with kiwi plants that I bought.
So 3 stars for failing to germinate but the one that did is extremely healthy.
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