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The Issai hardy kiwi (Actinidia arguta) is an attractive, strong climber that can grow up to 8-10m in height! Its delicious fruit need no peeling and are a delicious snack packed with vitamins. This vine is suitable for planting next to strong fences, poles, trellises, pergolas and gazebos. It's a hermaphrodite, so a self-pollinating variety with both male and female flowers that does not ...
General description: The Issai hardy kiwi has an annual growth of about 2-3 m, and reaches a height of around 4 m, making it one of the smallest cultivars of the kiwi berry. It’s a hermaphroditic variety, which means that it doesn’t require the presence of a male pollinator. It can successfully grow in any home garden. Its fruit are a rich source of vitamins and are suitable for direct consumption along with the skin, as well as for making preserves and jams. It’s a hybrid of the Actinidia Arguta and Actinidia Polygama varieties.
Flowers: Issai’s flowers are small, white, about 2 cm wide and composed of brown anthers on creamy-white filaments and white pistils with long, outwardly curled stigmas. This hardy kiwi has in inflorescence of up to three flowers.
Blooming: The Issai hardy kiwi blooms in June.
Leaves: This vine has thick, wide, ovate green leaves around 7-12 cm long that turn yellow in autumn.
Fruit: The hardy kiwi has sweeter and more aromatic fruit than kiwifruit. They are oval in shape and around 2-3 cm long. The skin is thin, smooth and green in colour. Their flesh is green and sweet with a sour tang.
Ripening: Issai berries ripen in the second half of September. The vine usually starts to bear fruit some 2-3 years after planting. It does not require a pollinator for fruiting, however the presence of a second hardy kiwi plant, for example an Issai or Weiki male pollinator, increases chances of pollination and high fruit yield.
Cultivation requirements: The Issai hardy kiwi grows best in full sun or semi-shaded locations. It likes moist, fertile but well-drained soil with a slightly acidic pH.
Pruning: This vine should be pruned for the first time around 4 years after planting, in order to rejuvenate it by removing old stems. This has a positive effect on the flowering of the plant. Pruning in spring should be limited to removing dead or damaged stems. Old and withered stems (about 3 years in age) should be removed after fruiting. This hardy kiwi vine can be trimmed if it has grown too large, but over-pruning can impair fruiting.
Overwintering: The Issai hardy kiwi vine does great in temperate climates. It’s resistant to frost and withstands temperature drops of down to -26°C, however protecting young seedlings for the winter by piling a mound of soil with peat about 30 cm in height over the plants, or by using agrotextiles, is highly recommended.
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