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Self-fertile Kiwi - Fruit tree

Self-fertile Kiwi - Fruit tree

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In pot 15cm-20cm

Geographic origins: China.
Adult dimensions: Height up to 6 meters, width up to 3 meters.
Foliage: Deciduous.
Soil type: Light, humus-rich and deep. Fears limescale.
Climate: Hardy up to -12°C.
Exposure: Partial shade to full light.


Properties and uses:
The 'Jenny' and 'Solissimo' varieties are self-fertile kiwis, meaning that it is not necessary to plant male and female plants to obtain fruit. Its creamy white flowers in June and July give way in autumn to edible fruits called kiwi. The fruits of these varieties are small and sweet.
The kiwi is a vigorous vine that can be used in your garden, taking care to train it because it does not cling. We will choose a structure strong enough to support the weight of the new shoots and fruits.
To protect it from cold winds, you can lead it espalier against a south-facing wall. Pruning is carried out in winter in February March. It is practiced as for the vine, that is to say with two or three eyes above the last fruit.

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In pot 15cm-20cm

Geographic origins: China.
Adult dimensions: Height up to 6 meters, width up to 3 meters.
Foliage: Deciduous.
Soil type: Light, humus-rich and deep. Fears limescale.
Climate: Hardy up to -12°C.
Exposure: Partial shade to full light.


Properties and uses:
The 'Jenny' and 'Solissimo' varieties are self-fertile kiwis, meaning that it is not necessary to plant male and female plants to obtain fruit. Its creamy white flowers in June and July give way in autumn to edible fruits called kiwi. The fruits of these varieties are small and sweet.
The kiwi is a vigorous vine that can be used in your garden, taking care to train it because it does not cling. We will choose a structure strong enough to support the weight of the new shoots and fruits.
To protect it from cold winds, you can lead it espalier against a south-facing wall. Pruning is carried out in winter in February March. It is practiced as for the vine, that is to say with two or three eyes above the last fruit.