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Bountiful Berries Kiwi Vine Collection

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Item #135953. Ships in a 1 Gallon Small Stark® Container.

Description

Upgrade your fruit garden with kiwiberry plants! If you can grow grape vines, you can grow kiwiberry vines – on supports like arbors, trellises, or pergolas. Then get ready to harvest a bounty of sweet, fuzzless kiwi berries. This money-saving collection includes two Anna Hardy Kiwi vines plus one each, Issai Hardy and Hardy Kiwi Pollinator (non-fruiting).

Zone Compatibility

This Variety's Zone Range 5 - 9
My Hardiness Zone ?
The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.

Tools & Supplies

Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

Planting & Care

Learn all about how to grow kiwi berry vines in The Growing Guide. An entire section of our website dedicated to your growing success.

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1 Year Warranty

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Why did you choose this?
Stark Bro's Store
Thought these would make a great tasting privacy "fence". I didn't know that I would be able to grow these in Kansas.
Scott S on Feb 20, 2017
We're planning to shade some southfacing windows and why not harvest a nice vitamin-C rich berry crop while we're at it!
Sarah C on Apr 29, 2016
Thought these would make a great tasting privacy "fence". I didn't know that I would be able to grow these in Kansas.
Scott S on Feb 20, 2017
I already have several kiwis and plan to make a wall of vegetation in my back yard for privacy and for the delicious fruit in a few years.
Ted Timmis on May 24, 2016
We're planning to shade some southfacing windows and why not harvest a nice vitamin-C rich berry crop while we're at it!
Sarah C on Apr 29, 2016
We Love Kiwi and I have the larger ones
Pamela B on Apr 27, 2016
I have always wanted Kiwi vines and am going to make a trellis out of them
Bradley F on Apr 10, 2016
We tried kiwis from a friend and he boasted of the large yields kiwis have over grapes. Great way to diversify.
Ethan S on Mar 13, 2016
Grew one kiwi variety at a previous house and kids loved the fruits. Now planting that same variety as well as an earlier ripening variety.
EDMUND S on Mar 13, 2016
I already have several kiwis and plan to make a wall of vegetation in my back yard for privacy and for the delicious fruit in a few years.
Ted Timmis on May 24, 2016
We Love Kiwi and I have the larger ones
Pamela B on Apr 27, 2016
Does the pollinator need to be planted between the Anna's and the Isaac Kiwi's or at one end?
Cindy R on May 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If you can plant the male pollinator between female vines, that's ideal, but it should still work even if it is planted on the end ??? assuming the end is still within 50 feet of the varieties it's pollinating. Also note that Issai will be able to pollinate itself in addition to the female vine for extra coverage.
Are Kiwis prone to pests or disease?
Barbie C on Apr 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Kiwiberry vines can have mite issues in some areas, so an insecticidal soap or neem oil product may be needed.
Do, I need to by a male plant with this for it to grow the kiwi fruit, or does the pollinator included help for the fruit to grow?
Losliac on Apr 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The Hardy Kiwi Pollinator included is a male plant. The plants in this collection are all that you need for growing hardy kiwi fruit.

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SUPER COOL and Growing Great!
So my vines arrived and I eagerly took them out to the area that I have prepped for growing them. (trellis/pergola) after unwrapping 3 of the 4 bugger were ready for the task of starting a lovely fruit shade area. Number 4, the male, was looking a little haggard after the trip to Michigan. I called Customer Service, and they advised me that he might be sleeping still, and to plant him and wait 6 weeks to see if he would arise and become the healthy male to my 3 females. 6 weeks later the male was a dried lump of dead roots, whereas the females were off to the races, eagerly growing up the fencing I had provided for their climbing enjoyment. I called Customer Service back, and after a short wait I chatted with a nice lady who, for some reason, was not over eager to give me a replacement. After commenting that I had called earlier and waited the prescribed 6 weeks, with much deterioration of the plant (offered to send pictures) she, literally with a sigh, sent me a strapping new male kiwi! He arrived much more ready to assume his job than the prior male. I removed the remains of male 1 and plunked in male 2. He took right off and quickly caught up with the rambunctious females! Over the winter they have slept very fitfully and all are now enjoying the warm spring sun, already most of the vines has shot out another foot of new growth. I am hoping they will make lovely fruit this year as I train them to give shade to our sitting area. I am very happy with my Kiwis!
May 10, 2017
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1 year ago
Kiwi Vine
The set of 5 kiwi vine plants we purchased one year ago from your nursery are prolific this spring! They have grown to thoroughly covered the 8' long by 7' high section of my pergola, making a beautiful screen from the neighbors driveway. I never expected them to grow so quickly and so densely! No kiwi fruit yet, but they don't develop fruit until the end of summer, and may take a few years to bear fruit. I would definitely recommend Stark Nursery for kiwi vine for an organic privacy screen!
May 16, 2017
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1 year ago
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