||Actinidia chinensis 'Vincent' (Female)
||Vincent Female Kiwi
Vigorous-growing, deciduous vine produces tasty, fuzzy, egg-size fruit. Needs little winter chill and is ideal for milder climates. Despite it's name, Vincent is female, requiring a 'Tomuri' variety male-flowered vine to produce fruit. Pretty ornamental plant with large, heart shaped, rounded leaves. Fruit develops best if thinned.
Kiwifruit vine is a vigorous, deciduous, woody-stemmed, climbing vine with broad, heart-shaped leaves. Attractive twining stems with fragrant clusters of cup-shaped, creamy-white flowers delight in late spring.
||Flavor is classic kiwi tartness with a hint of strawberry
||Vigorous growing, deciduous vine
||No. Requires a "Tomuri" variety male-flowered vine to produce fruit.
||Early Summer: Fragrant, creamy white blooms; open white, fade to buff
||Full sun (minimum six hours)
||Kiwi can be grown in a wide range of soils, as long as the soil is well drained. Kiwis need a good deal of water for healthy growth; do not let the vines dry out.
|Planting and Care Tip:
||Choose a planting site that is protected from strong winds.