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Actinidia arguta Issai Hardy kiwi Mini Kiwi

seeds of this Actinidia arguta Issai Hardy kiwi Bower Actinidia or Mini Kiwi. This variety is native to Japan, Korea and Manchuria. Many cultivars are noted for different fruit characters, however only Issai is commonly available. This form is beautifully flowered and requires no pollinator to set abundant crops of 1 inch fruit. The large deciduous twining, fast growing vine will grow up to 15 feet per year and is only limited by the size of the support you grow it on.  The foliage is unlobed leaves with sharp serrations 3 to 5 inches long. seeds of this Actinidia arguta Issai Hardy kiwi Bower Actinidia or Mini Kiwi. This variety is native to Japan, Korea and Manchuria. Many cultivars are noted for different fruit characters, however only Issai is commonly available. This form is beautifully flowered and requires no pollinator to set abundant crops of 1 inch fruit. The large deciduous twining, fast growing vine will grow up to 15 feet per year and is only limited by the size of the support you grow it on.  The foliage is unlobed leaves with sharp serrations 3 to 5 inches long.
Actinidia arguta Issai Hardy kiwi Mini Kiwi

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Seeds from this Actinidia arguta Issai Hardy kiwi. This variety is native to Japan, Korea and Manchuria. Many cultivars are noted for different fruit characters, however only Issai is commonly available. This form is beautifully flowered and requires male pollinator to set abundant crops of 1 inch fruit. The large deciduous twining, fast growing vine will grow up to 15 feet per year and is only limited by the size of the support you grow it on. The foliage is unlobed leaves with sharp serrations 3 to 5 inches long. Best grown in infertile soil to slow its growth. Hardy to zone 5-9b




Actinidia chinensis or Golden Kiwi

seeds of this RARE FIND Abutilon sommertianum.  This abutilon is very scarce. The soft yellow blossoms appear in mid summer and last through the fall. This small shrub only grows to about 14" and is hardy in zones 9-11?
Actinidia chinensis or Golden Kiwi

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Seeds from this Actinidia chinensis golden kiwi. Actinidia chinensis or Golden Kiwi is a climbing shrub from China. Actinidia chinensis and Actinidia deliciosa were considered to be a single species but about 15 years ago it was decided to classify them as distinct species due to clear botanical differences. The plant is similar but the fruit is less hairy with shorter and softer hair that easily rubs off. The pulp is bright green, lemon green or bright yellow. It is oval and about the same size as that of Actinidia deliciosa but ends in a point. Taste is sweeter and more aromatic. Zones 7-11.




Actinidia deliciosa Kiwi Vine

kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa), a large, woody, deciduous vine native to China. Kiwifruit is about the size and shape of a large hen's egg with a fuzzy, dull-brown exterior. Inside, the flesh is bright green with rows of black, edible seeds. Fruit texture is similar to strawberry and the flavor resembles a blend of strawberry and pineapple. Vines are very vigorous and grows to 10 feet tall and 12 feet across. The interesting fuzzy twisted vines are valued by floral designers. This vine is classified as a subtropical, and will not tolerate temperatures below 10 degrees.
Actinidia deliciosa Kiwi Vine

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Seeds from this kiwifruit Actinidia deliciosa, a large, woody, deciduous vine native to China. Kiwifruit is about the size and shape of a large hens egg with a fuzzy, dull brown exterior. Inside, the flesh is bright green with rows of black, edible seeds. Fruit texture is similar to strawberry and the flavor resembles a blend of strawberry and pineapple. Vines are very vigorous and grows to 10 feet tall and 12 feet across. The interesting fuzzy twisted vines are valued by floral designers. This vine is classified as a subtropical, and will not tolerate temperatures below 10 degrees.



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