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Actinidia deliciosa Kiwi Vine Plant

Plant 6-12 inches of this 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 Plant

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Starter plant of 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.



Actinidia kolomikta Kolomikta Kiwi Vine Male

Plant 6-12 inches of this Actinidia kolomikta Hardy in zones: 4-9  Striking, deciduous climber with pink and white  leaves, which give the appearance of having been dipped in paint, fragrant, white early summer flowers. This unusual, overlapping foliage looks wonderful on a sunny day. Not apparent on younger plants, the variation is strongest on upper-most sections of the climber, with white leaf tips changing to pink.
Actinidia kolomikta Kolomikta Kiwi Vine Male

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Here I am offering a Male Starter Plant of this Actinidia kolomikta Hardy in zones 4 to 9 Striking, deciduous climber with pink and white leaves, which give the appearance of having been dipped in paint, fragrant, white early summer flowers. This unusual, overlapping foliage looks wonderful on a sunny day. Not apparent on younger plants, the variation is strongest on upper most sections of the climber, with white leaf tips changing to pink. USDA Hardiness Zone 4 to 9



Actinidia kolomikta Kolomikta Kiwi Vine Female

Plant 6-12 inches of this Actinidia kolomikta Hardy in zones: 4-9  Striking, deciduous climber with pink and white  leaves, which give the appearance of having been dipped in paint, fragrant, white early summer flowers. This unusual, overlapping foliage looks wonderful on a sunny day. Not apparent on younger plants, the variation is strongest on upper-most sections of the climber, with white leaf tips changing to pink.
Actinidia kolomikta Kolomikta Kiwi Vine Female

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Here I am offering a Female Starter Plant Female Plant of this Actinidia kolomikta Hardy in zones 4 to 9 Striking, deciduous climber with pink and white leaves, which give the appearance of having been dipped in paint, fragrant, white early summer flowers. This unusual, overlapping foliage looks wonderful on a sunny day. Not apparent on younger plants, the variation is strongest on upper most sections of the climber, with white leaf tips changing to pink. USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9



Akebia quinata Chocolate Vine

Starter plant of this Five Leaf Akebia quinata or better known as Chocolate Vine. This perennial vines has these beautiful purple flowers and grows from 20 feet to 40 feet. A fast grower that likes to be in full or partial sun. This vine likes moist soil and adapts to many soil types Flowers in late spring and is hardy in zones 4 - 8.
Akebia quinata Chocolate Vine

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Pint plant of this Five Leaf Akebia quinata or better known as Chocolate Vine. This perennial vines has these purple flowers and grows from 20 feet to 40 feet. A fast grower that likes to be in full or partial sun. This vine likes moist soil and adapts to many soil types Flowers in late spring and is hardy in zones 4 - 8.



Akebia quinata Shirobana White Chocolate Vine

This Akebia alba is the white version of the famous chocolate vine. Covered with the clusters of white blossoms during the spring, this is a real show stopper. Growing to 15 feet in zones 7 and above, it is very easy care. Visit my gallery for more pictures.
Akebia quinata Shirobana White Chocolate Vine

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This Quart Akebia alba is the white version of the famous chocolate vine. Covered with the clusters of white blossoms during the spring, this is a real show stopper.This vine can grow 10 to 12 feet is hardy in zones 8 to 11, although, I have had one planted in my back yard for years, and although it has been frozen to the ground many times, it always seems to come back. I enjoy this plant mostly growing on fences and trellises, and it puts on a long time show near a patio. In pots, it does require quite a bit of water. Keep this plant in sun to partial shade, the more sun this plant gets, the more it blossoms.



Allamanda Cherries Jubilee

Starter Plant of this Allamanda Cherries Jubilee. Sweetly fragrant, cherry-colored, trumpet shaped flowers bloom prolifically on this tropical evergreen vine. The 3 inch blossoms are the color of cherry sorbet with a deep burgundy throat. When grown in the north, it blooms during the warm summer months, but tends to bloom year round in tropical climates. Since the quick growing vine reaches 5 to 10 feet, it is best to grow on a trellis or arbor. Cherries Jubilee makes a wonderful container plant when grown in full sun and well drained soil. Fertilize biweekly during the growing season with a balanced liquid fertilizer to encourage continual blooming. The flowers attract hummingbirds. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11
Allamanda Cherries Jubilee

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Quart Plant of this Allamanda Cherries Jubilee. Sweetly fragrant, cherry colored, trumpet shaped flowers bloom prolifically on this tropical evergreen vine. The 3 inch blossoms are the color of cherry sorbet with a deep burgundy throat. When grown in the north, it blooms during the warm summer months, but tends to bloom year round in tropical climates. Since the quick growing vine reaches 5 to 10 feet, it is best to grow on a trellis or arbor. Cherries Jubilee makes a wonderful container plant when grown in full sun and well drained soil. Fertilize biweekly during the growing season with a balanced liquid fertilizer to encourage continual blooming. The flowers attract hummingbirds. USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11



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