Also known as Hardy Kiwi, these vines are robust and have attractive deep-green leaves. The vines are often grown similar to grape vines, along a support system like a vertical T-trellis, an arbor, or a pergola. Once established and mature, kiwi vines will bear an abundance of berries year after year. The fruit of the kiwi berry plant is similar to the kiwifruit found in grocery stores, only its skin is smooth (not fuzzy) and the fruit itself is much smaller and sweeter. The kiwi berry is a great and healthy addition to salads and smoothies, with its high vitamin C content, and it even makes unique and tasty jams and jellies.
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To ensure your growing success and satisfaction, there are a few things to consider when shopping for a kiwi berry vine.
Your climate plays an important role in whether kiwi berry vines will produce fruit or even survive. Before ordering a vine, make sure its recommended hardiness zone range includes your area.
Pollination by a different variety is key to the success of kiwi berry vines. Often, its absence is why plants produce poorly or don’t bear fruit. Be sure to check the description of the plant you’re interested in to see which pollinators our experts suggest. We do grow some self-pollinating kiwi berry vines, which are ideal if you don’t have enough growing space to plant a second variety.
Our kiwi berry vines will be shipped to you in your choice of two container sizes:
Since 1816, Stark Bro's has promised to please customers with the very best fruit trees and landscaping products, no matter what. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, let us know within a year of delivery and we will send you a free one-time replacement or a refund of the full purchase price.
Trees that are shipped without soil to ensure good contact with soil in your yard. When shipped, they are about 3-4' tall with 3/8" or larger trunk diameter. When they mature, they will be one of three sizes*:
Matures to be about 8-10' tall and wide. Provides an abundance of full-size fruit.
Matures to be about 12-15' tall and wide. Gives maximum fruit yield per square foot.
Matures to be about 15-25' tall and 20' wide. A multi-purpose fruit and shade tree.
Top-grade, bare-root trees that give you a head start on growing. When shipped, they are about 4-5' tall with 5/8" or larger trunk diameter.
Trees in bottomless pots that allow some roots to be air pruned, so that a dense mass of productive, feeder roots can grow within the pot to make transplanting easier. Mature sizes vary. When shipped, they are about 1-2' tall.
Top-grade, potted trees chosen to give you a head start on growing. When shipped to you, they are about 3-4' tall.
*Tree sizes may vary by variety. See our Growing Guide for details.