A useful relative of the more common Kiwi and easier to grow. As a climber it is not so vigorous as its cousin and is self-fertile so only the one is needed for fruit. Here it grows well on an east facing wall, not fussy about soil, and very hardy being a native of Japan and Siberia.
The fruit is about the size of a gooseberry, but smooth and thin skinned making peeling unnecessary, and with the sharp fresh flavour of the Kiwi when fully ripe. (More pictures on our facebook page)
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