Actinidia arguta (hardy kiwi) is a perennial vine native to Japan, Korea, Northern China, and Russian Siberia. The fast-growing, climbing vine is very hardy and is capable of surviving slow temperature drops to -34°C (-30°F). The vines need a frost-free growing season of about 150 days, but are not damaged by late freezes, provided that temperature changes are sufficiently gradual to allow plants to acclimate. Indeed, a period of winter chill is necessary for successful cultivation. 붉은다래, 알구타다래
The Most Cold Hardy Kiwi Variety - Every season you will have tons of green kiwis with fuzz-less skin that can be plucked and eaten right off the vine. The time consuming task of peeling fruit isn’t necessary with Meader Hardy Kiwis. These unique kiwis are about the size of a grape with smooth, firm skin and soft...
Issai Kiwi Vine - Hardy - Self Fruitful Female Variety - Easy to Grow - 2.5" Pot
Kiwi can be grown in a variety of soil types as long as the pH is 5.5-7.0 and the soil is not poorly drained. The roots are sensitive to fertilizer burn so use fertilizer cautiously. No fertilizer is needed in the first year. In subsequent years, increase application rate from 2 oz. 10-10-10 per plant in the second year increasing by 2 oz. per year up to 8 oz. per plant.