Kiwi - Actinidia deliciosa Jenny - self fertile

Kiwi Fruit Jenny

The only self-fertile kiwi fruit generally available, Actinidia deliciosa Jenny is a borderline hardy, fast-growing, very vigorous, deciduous climber, to 18’ x 13’/ 6m x 4m. The rounded, slightly toothed leaves are light green with red tips. In June, clusters of small white flowers are borne, followed by furry, brown egg-shaped fruit very rich in Vitamin C, and the size of a medium hen’s egg. Best grown espaliered against a warm wall on galvanised wires, allowing fruiting stems to develop along the branches, as it flowers and fruits on one year-old wood.

Site: Sheltered, warm, sunny site, preferably espaliered on a warm wall
Soil: Fertile, well-drained, loamy to sandy soil
Position: Full sun
Pick: August, September
Keep: Eat fresh
Hardiness: Borderline hardy – may need winter protection
Pollination: Self-fertile
Uses: Eating

Type | Size: Pot | 2L
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