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ACTINIDIA ARG. MICHIGAN STATE

The aromatic, flavorful lime green fruits are much bigger than other varieties. The vines are very ornamental, even when not in fruit. Plant with a male pollinator to ensure fruit set. These plants reach 6 to 8m high, with fruit set all along the stems. Blooms are in spring and fruit ripens in fall, beginning just 2 to 4 years after planting. Kiwis are superb eaten fresh in mixed salads.

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ACTINIDIA ARGUTA ANNA

One of the most hardy and vigorous variety. Tasty and sweet fruits with a hint of mint. Male plant mandatory to produce fruits. Decorative and climbing plant. Useful to cover trellises, arbors, and fences, or to serve as a screen for porches. Can expand a lot.

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ACTINIDIA ARGUTA MALE

This plant is essential to pollinate female plants in order to get fruits. Useful to cover trellises, arbors, or fences, or serve as a screen for porches.

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ACTINIDIA ISSAI

An ornamental, bearing tasty fruit (Mini Kiwi) climber that will adorn any garden. A self-pollinating cultivar producing fruits, ripen in October. The fruits are up to 1.5'' long, smooth skinned, sweet. It starts yielding fruit in the second, third year after planting.They can cover trellises, arbors, or fences, or serve as a screen for porches.

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ACTINIDIA KOL. A. BEAUTY PASHA

An ornamental vine with pink, white and silvery grey variegated foliage. Colors more intense in shade. Lovely small white flowers in June. Useful to cover trellises, arbors, or fences, or serve as a screen for porches. A male selection, can pollinate a female.

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ACTINIDIA KOL. A. BEAUTY SEPTEMBER SUN

Less colorful than the male plant, this vine is nevertheless attractive for its white flowering in spring, for its foliage and for its production of large, delicious, pale green fruits. Useful to cover trellises, arbors, or fences, or serve as a screen for porches.

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ACTINIDIA KOLOM. MALE + FEMELLE

Actinidia kolomikta is more hardy. The fruits are usually somewhat smaller, begin ripening in late August. It starts yielding fruit in the second or third year after planting. Plants may prefer partial shade but they do well in full sun. The male vines develop striking pink and white leaf variegation in late spring. Female and male plant in the same container.They can cover trellises or fences, or serve as a screen for porches.Tolerant of varying soil conditions, including infertile soil.

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ACTINIDIA KOLOMIKTA (FEMELLE)

Less colorful than the male plant, this vine is nevertheless attractive for its white flowering in spring, for its foliage and for its production of delicious fruits. Needs a rich, fresh and well drained soil. Useful to cover trellises, arbors, or fences, or serve as a screen for porches.

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AMELANCHIER ALN. MARTIN

Larger berries and more uniform ripening. Very best tasting fruits

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AMELANCHIER ALN. SMOKEY

Big, rounded shrub with myriads of white flowers in spring, followed by big, black sweet berries in summer. Relished by birds, the fruits are edible. Great red and orange fall colour. Nice variety with plenty of fruits that will find its place in any bird garden. Tolerates urban pollution.

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