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Hardy Kiwi Set 'Anna' (Actinidia hybrids)

Hardy Kiwi Set 'Anna' (Actinidia hybrids)

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Set Includes Two 4" Pots
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Hardy Kiwi Set 'Anna' (Actinidia hybrids)
Hardy kiwi has emerald-green flesh and a sweet taste similar to fuzzy kiwi, but they’re smaller and you eat them like a grape, tender skin and all. Kiwis require a male and female plant for pollination. ‘Anna’, our hardy female kiwi, is a vigorous vine that produces more than 100 lbs of fruit 3 to 4 years after planting. We are selling the hardy kiwi set of ‘Anna’ and the hardy male pollinator. Additional ‘Anna’ plants are available if you would like more than one fruiting vine. Hardy to zone 4.
Hardiness Zone 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Bloom Season Spring
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 4-6'
  1. Update of previous review Review by Emily
    How do you rate this product?

    I am changing my rating to 5 stars. Planted in spring 2014 and fruited for the first time in late summer/early fall 2018 (zone 7a Maryland). Produced about 3-4 dozen kiwis. I had heard it could take up to seven years to fruit so I am pleased! It took a long time for the fruits to soften up and ripen—they really weren’t ripe until October around here. My kids enjoyed picking and eating right off the vine. Probably the only fruit the birds and squirrels didn’t bother this year, and didn’t require any sprays or fertilizer. I recommend a heavy arbor in full sun and just a little patience for it to fruit! Even when not fruiting it is a vigorous, attractive vine, suitable in the landscape. (Posted on 11/6/2018)

  2. Hardy, vigorous vine Review by Emily
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    I have had these vines growing on an arbor for three years now, and they are very healthy and vigorous growers, especially the female vine. However, I have yet to see any flowers. I'm curious if it the plant just needs to get older or if there is anything I can do to promote flowering/fruit. (Posted on 1/24/2018)