Hybrid Carpathian Kiwi ™ Self-fertile
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Autogenous kiwi for cold climates! Carpathian anemone Zakarpacie can fruit on its own, offering juicy kiwis in early autumn. Cold tolerant to -25°C, this variety is a hybrid between an Actinidia deliciosa (actinidia) and an Actinidia Arguta (mini-kiwi), meaning it thrives even in very harsh climates.
Native to Poland, the self-fertile Zakarpacie fruit is 4 to 5 meters tall and 4 to 5 meters wide at maturity. Its foliage turns a beautiful red color in autumn. Actinidia Zakarpacie blooms in May and June. The creamy-white flowers are a bee delight. They then give way to oval, brown, hairy fruits. These medium sized kiwis weigh 70 to 80 grams each and are very sweet and juicy. They are harvested in October.
Zakarpacie Anemone does in all types of soil: it just needs to have good drainage. It looks great on a pergola and should be planted in full sun and watered regularly. In order to enjoy the kiwi every year, it is pruned to the two eyes on the branches that have fruited the previous year.
Available in P9 pot, import plant.