Kiwi Vines

back-button_green

Please phone us on 023 230 0694 or email us on [email protected] to make sure if we have sufficient stock of a certain fruit tree/s that you need.

Kiwi Hayward (Female) 

Fresh_hayward_kiwi_china Female kiwi plant identification will appear as flowers with long sticky stigmas radiating out from the center of the bloom. Additionally, the female flowers do not produce pollen. When determining the sex of kiwi blooms, the female will also have bright white, well defined ovaries at the base of the flower, which, of course, the males lack. The ovaries, by the way, are the parts that develop into fruit.
Hardy. Full sun.

Kiwi Tomuri (Male) 

kiwi-tomuri-1 Male kiwi flowers have a brilliantly colored yellow center due to its pollen bearing anthers. They are heavy producers of pollen that is attractive to pollinators which carry it off to nearby female kiwi vines. Because the male kiwi vines do not bear fruit, they put all of their energy into vine growth and are, thus, often more vigorous and larger than their female counterparts. One male can pollinate up to 4-5 females in a row, or if centrally located between them, 8-10. Has big heart-shaped leaves and large creamy white flowers in spring, making it a fantastic landscaping feature.
Hardy. Full sun.

back-button_green