Kiwi Grafted


The kiwi (Actinidia deliciosa), also known as kiwifruit or Chinese gooseberry, is a fruiting vine native to China. It is well-loved for its unique, tangy-sweet flavor and vibrant green flesh dotted with tiny, edible black seeds.

Kiwi vines are vigorous climbers, often reaching lengths of 20-30 feet or more. They have large, heart-shaped leaves and produce fragrant, creamy white flowers in the spring. The fruit is oval-shaped, about the size of a large egg, with a fuzzy brown skin that is typically peeled before eating.

Kiwis prefer full sun and well-draining soil. They require regular watering and benefit from a sturdy support structure, such as a trellis, to accommodate their climbing habit. Kiwi plants are usually dioecious, meaning male and female flowers are on separate plants, so both male and female plants are needed for fruit production.

Due to their delicious fruit and vigorous growth, kiwi vines are popular in home gardens and commercial orchards, providing a tropical touch and a nutritious, flavorful harvest.

Scroll to Top