Also called “Hardy kiwi” as it can withstand even cold temperatures down to -25 ° C, ‘Baby kiwi’, ‘Cocktail kiwi’ or ‘kiwi berry’.
Variety developed in New Zealand by crossing the two varieties of ‘Actinidia Cordifolia’ with ‘Actinidia Melanandra’, thus having a red fruit variety both the peel and the pulp inside.
The plant is dioecious, that is, which produces feminine and mascjili flowers on different plants, so it needs the pollinator to fructify.
The fruit is medium to large, it appears on the plant in clusters, when fully ripe, which occurs around the end of September early October, is green / red, the color red increases in intensity if the plant is placed in a sunny place .
A perennial plant, it prefers sunny areas, the sun is there the more the fruit reaches a dark red color at the end of maturation.
It adapts well in all types of soil, especially if well melted and rich in nourishment.
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