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Siberian Kiwi (Actinidia kolomikta)
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A very cold-hardy kiwi with sweet fruits, and leaves that seem to be dipped in paint.

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2 days

€ 3,00
Price per 20 seeds

 

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Common name:
Siberian kiwi

Origin:
Japan/Northern China

Description:
A variety of kiwi whose leaves are quite remarkable. After a couple of years they will look as if they have been dipped in paint. The plant can self-pollinate so the sweet, edible fruits can also grow on a single plant. A sheltered place in the sun gives the best fruits in a temperate climate, though the plant itself is hardy up to -40 degrees Celsius.
 
Germination instructions:
Keep the seeds in the refrigerator for the first 4-8 weeks , then sow them in sowing soil at 20 degrees Celsius. If there is no germination after a few weeks, you can re-refrigerate the seeds. After 4-8 weeks, take the seeds out again and keep them in a warm space or environment.

Sowing time:
November - June

Photo: Andrewr via growsonyou

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