These hardy kiwis are ripe and ready for eating.

By September 24, 2017Articles

These hardy kiwis are ripe and ready for eating.

By September 24, 2017Articles

These hardy kiwis are ripe and ready for eating.

By Amy Grant Until fairly recently, kiwi was considered an exotic, difficult to obtain and for use on special occasions only fruit with a price per pound to match. No doubt this was because kiwi fruit was imported from such far off lands as New Zealand, Chile and Italy. But did you know that if you crave kiwi and live in USDA zones 7-9, you can grow your own? In fact, growing kiwis in zone 9 is quite easy, especially if you select kiwi vines suited for zone 9. Read on to find out about growing kiwi vines in zone 9 and additional information about zone 9 kiwi plants. About Kiwi Vines in Zone 9 Kiwi (Actinidia deliciosa) is a fast growing deciduous vine that can grow 30 feet (9 m.) or more. The leaves of the vine are rounded with reddish hairs on the leaf veins and petiole. The

These hardy kiwis are ripe and ready for eating.

By Amy Grant Until fairly recently, kiwi was considered an exotic, difficult to obtain and for use on special occasions only fruit with a price per pound to match. No doubt this was because kiwi fruit was imported from such far off lands as New Zealand, Chile and Italy. But did you know that if you crave kiwi and live in USDA zones 7-9, you can grow your own? In fact, growing kiwis in zone 9 is quite easy, especially if you select kiwi vines suited for zone 9. Read on to find out about growing kiwi vines in zone 9 and additional information about zone 9 kiwi plants. About Kiwi Vines in Zone 9 Kiwi (Actinidia deliciosa) is a fast growing deciduous vine that can grow 30 feet (9 m.) or more. The leaves of the vine are rounded with reddish hairs on the leaf veins and petiole. The

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