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Actinidia Deliciosa 'Jenny'. Kiwi Vine

The Kiwi Vine Actinidia Deliciosa 'Jenny' is a very attractive and vigorous growing climber. A popular cultivar it is one of only a few self fertile varieties which produce large fruit. It has large attractive heart shaped leaves mid green in colour tipped with red. Small clusters of both male and female creamy white bell shaped flowers are produced around June time. The egg shaped bristly brown skinned fruit containing delicious lime green flesh rich in Vitamin C can be harvested in Autumn. 

Perfect as an alternative to conventional climbers, they are easy to grow and self fertile, so no pollination partner is necessary to produce fruit. Happy in containers if space is limited and great for growing on a trellis arch or pergola.  

Grown in a sunny, sheltered position they will produce bountiful crops of delicious sweet fruits even in the UK.
Caring for your Kiwi Vine is easy, remember they are a fruit tree so they will need feeding. Feed with a balanced fertiliser after growth starts in spring when the risk of frost is gone and through the growing season until the Kiwis start to ripen.


These vines are exceptional quality from specialist growers. Photos 1-2 show some of the Kiwi Vines in stock now. Heights stated include pot sizes.

Click into the "Height" box and price of each plant is shown next to its size. UK delivery is FREE on all our palms and plants.


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SKU: ActiDelJenKiwi25-7.5/im
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  • Latin Name: Actinidia Deliciosa 'Jenny'

    Common Name: Chinese Gooseberry 'Jenny'. Kiwi Fruit 'Jenny'

    Origin: Southern China.

    Hardiness: Hardy in most of the UK. May need soom winter protection in severe frost.

    Growth: Very vigorous variety of Kiwi. Self fertile. Deciduous ornamental tree with large heart shaped leaves with red tips. Creamy bell shaped fragrant flowers followed by clusters of delicious, sweet large fruit in late Autumn. 

    Sun: Full sun.

    Exposure: Sheltered.

    Flowering Season: Late Spring/ Summer.

    Fruiting Season: Early Autumn.

    Pruning Time: Early winter after harvest.

    Soil: Rich well drained soil.

    Moisture: Water well in summer.

    Feeding: Feed a balanced fertilizer from Spring through the fruiting season.

  • Available For Delivery Now.


    All palms have been imported with phytosanitary certificates from top quality growers.

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