Kiwi Elmwood Fuzzy Fruit On Vine

Elmwood Fuzzy Female Kiwi

Actinidia deliciosa

Elmwood is a later ripening than Saanichton but usually ripens at our nursery. We pick the fruit in November. It is a winter food, with a continuous supply of ripening fruit starting in November and continuing through the months of December, January, and February. Other fruits ripening at that time of year are Arkansas Black apple, Russian pomegranate, hard and soft persimmons. All of these fruits go well together for fruit salads and dishes for festive occasions. Very large fruit and large blooms. In 2010 produced 200 lbs. of fruit at the nursery. 2011, 260 lbs. The vine is big and requires spur pruning throughout the growing season. The leaves are showy and large. The best trellis is a T-trellis with a spacing of 15-18 feet between plants. Zones 7-9

Plant Characteristics
Pest ResistanceExcellent
Disease ResistanceExcellent
Drought ToleranceGood
Heat ToleranceExcellent
Humidity ToleranceExcellent
Sun ToleranceExcellent
Wet Soil TolerancePoor
Shade ToleranceFair
Salt ToleranceFair
Fresh for KidsVery Good
Deer ResistanceGood
Plant TypeVine
Soil TypeWell Drained
Edible TypeFruit
Self FertileNo
This information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, comments/opinions are always welcome
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