kiwi fruit 'Jenny'

kiwi fruit / Actinidia deliciosa 'Jenny'

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Buy kiwi fruit 'Jenny' kiwi fruit / Actinidia deliciosa 'Jenny': Self-fertile variety with delicious fruit

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: June
  • Hardiness: frost hardy (may need winter protection)

    This is a self-fertile variety that produces both male and female creamy-white flowers, so it does not need a pollinating partner to produce delicious, greenish-brown kiwi fruit - perfect if there is only enough space for one fruiting plant. It is a vigorous, deciduous climber, which is best suited for training as an espalier against a warm, sheltered wall in a sunny spot, where it will start producing fruit around 3 years after planting.

  • Garden care: Provide good support with a network of horizontal galvanised wires spaced at 30cm intervals and using raffia or garden twine tie in the plant, first vertically up a bamboo cane and then laterally, along the wires as it grows. It produces fruit on one year old wood, so you should aim to train pairs of lateral stems to develop permanent fruiting stems. When these exceed the alloted space, pinch out the tips and train a new leading shoot. It may take 3 or 4 years to start to producing fruits.

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An excellent self fertile plant


Replaced a previous kiwi that was not self fertile. The plant was well packaged and has started to grow well against a southern facing wall.




kiwi fruit'Jenny'

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Kiwi plant problem Hello I recently bought a kiwi plant from you. I planted it including the brown grass type layer that was on top of the pot (the stuff that looks like you might line a hanging basket with) - did I do the right thing? Over the last few weeks I have seen the leaves starting at the bottom going brown around the edges - I thought perhaps short of water and so have been watering every 2 or 3 days - would that be the thing to do with that type of leaf reaction? Many thanks in advance Kind regards Clare

Clare Ward

Hello Clare, These plants are deciduous, so I suspect the leaves are dying back naturally, so I would not be too concerned, but I would be careful not to over-water now. I hope this helps. Helen Plant Doctor

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