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ISSAI Arctic Kiwi

Actinida arguta 'Issai'

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ISSAI Arctic Kiwi

Actinida arguta 'Issai'

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Special Features
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Bird Friendly
Easy Care
Edible

Botanical Name

Actinida arguta 'Issai'

Outdoor Growing zone

4-9

Mature Height

12-15

Mature Width

15-20

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

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AK, AZ, CA, HI, PR

The Issai Arctic Kiwi is an exciting form of Kiwi Fruit that can be grown in cold regions and will produce up to 100 pounds of fruit from a single plant. You won’t even need a second plant because this unique Kiwi is self-fertile. It produces a unique type of kiwi-fruit that is small, like a large grape, and carried in big bunches. The fruit in smooth-skinned, so no peeling is needed to enjoy that refreshing kiwi taste. Your children will love picking them right from the garden, and enjoying healthy treats at any time of day.

  • Cold hardy to zone 4 or lower
  • Bushels of healthy fruit from a single plant
  • Small, smooth-skinned fruit like grapes
  • Easily grown in any soil
  • Great berry bush for first-timers

The Issai Arctic Kiwi will grow right into zone 4 and needs no special type of soil, it will grow in any well-drained soil at all. It is drought-resistant, easy to grow and will even take some shade and still produce bushels of fruit. This plant needs no special care at all to bring you healthy fruit from an attractive vine that will cover a fence, turning it from an eyesore into a thing of fruity beauty. If you don’t have a suitable fence, you can easily build a wire support for your plant. It can even be grown in zone 3, if the vines are taken off the support and wrapped on the ground for the winter. Fruit develops on side-shoots that grow from older stems, so don’t cut your plant down to the ground.

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