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Vines - Kiwis - Russian
September Sun Female Kolomikta Kiwi - Actinidia kolomikta
Kiwi Kolomikta Female A large fruiting selection of the Russian species Actinidia kolomikta. Called Sentyabraskaya in Russia. Can be planted 6' apart and in partial shade in the Virginia area. Fruit is earlier than A. arguta and smaller. The leaves are maple red in summer and mixed with green. Hardy to -35 degrees F. Zones 4-9 Space trellised 6-10' apart (Zones 7-9 shade). Needs a Russian male! 

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Pasha Male Kolomikta Kiwi - Actinidia kolomikta
Kiwi Male Kolomikta A striking rare ornamental that pollinates only the female Kolomikta. Space 6' apart in well drained soil. Very hardy vine, native to Europe, growing into Siberia. Takes up less space than other kiwi species. Does not tendril, so needs to be attached to a support. Will grow in shade. Pasha male kolomikta was selected for it's tri-colored contrasting leaves of pink, white, and green varigation. Zones 4-9. Space 6-10' on trellis 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00