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<i>Actinidia kolomikta</i>
<i>Actinidia kolomikta</i>
<i>Actinidia kolomikta</i>
<i>Actinidia kolomikta</i>
<i>Actinidia kolomikta</i>
<i>Actinidia kolomikta</i>
<i>Actinidia kolomikta</i>
<i>Actinidia kolomikta</i>

Actinidia kolomikta

kolomikta vine or michurin actinidia

A striking deciduous climber, grown mainly for its heart-shaped, deeply veined leaves which have splashes of pink and white on the tips,...

3 litre pot | 60cm cane
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Looks spectacular climbing up large trees, particularly effective against a sunny wall or a side of a house Lucy Summers - Greenfingers Guides

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