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Clematis
252 Plants
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Actinidia and other fruit plants
111 Plants
Ground covers
72 Plants
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Actinidia arguta 'Ananasnaya' syn. 'Anna' hardy kiwi, kiwi berry (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Ananasnaya' syn. 'Anna' edible fruits V-VI 8-10 m 2-3 m Zones 5 - 8
Actinidia arguta 'Ananasnaya' syn. 'Anna'

hardy kiwi, kiwi berry (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Ananasnaya' syn. 'Anna'

Considered the best cultivar for commercial cultivation (Berry Kiwi, Mini Kiwi). Oval fruits, about 3 cm long and 2,5 cm across, with a brown red bloom when exposed to sunlight ,ripen in early October. They are very tasty and have an edible skin. It starts bearing fruit in the 3rd-4th year after planting. Sustains frosts up to –28oC. It requires a warm sheltered site and moist but well drained, fertile ...

 

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Actinidia arguta 'Bingo' PBR kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Bingo' PBR edible fruits, leaves V-VI 8 m 2 m Zones 5 - 8
Actinidia arguta 'Bingo' PBR

kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Bingo' PBR

A Polish plentiful cultivar yielding tasty, aromatic berries with a pineapple flavour. Recommended for production plantations and house gardens.

Raised by Piotr Latocha D. Sc. at the Life Science University of Warsaw. Introduced in the market by Clematis The Source of Good Climbers in 2015.

 

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Actinidia arguta 'Geneva' kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Geneva' edible fruits, leaves V-VI 4-8 m 2-3 m Zones 5 - 8
Actinidia arguta  'Geneva'

kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Geneva'

An American, early blooming prolific female cultivar bearing tasty fruits (Mini Kiwi): sweet, with a honey flavour and aroma, and a smooth, edible skin. Medium-sized roundish berries, with a reddish-brown bloom when in full sun, ripen during September and October. After maturing they soften quickly. It starts bearing fruit in its third or fourth year after planting. Sustains frosts up to –30oC. Warm sheltered site and moderately moist, fertile soil ...

 

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Actinidia arguta 'Issai' kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Issai' edible fruits V-VI 3-4 m 1-2 m Zones 6B - 8
Actinidia arguta  'Issai'

kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Issai'

An ornamental, bearing tasty fruit (Mini Kiwi) climber that will adorn any garden. A rampant growing (up to 4 m tall), dioecious, self-pollinating cultivar with a bit less decorative foliage than that of the other varieties. Blooms in June. In order to bear fruit a plant requires 150 days without frost. Berries ripen in October. If gathered unripe, they soften and mature when put in a bag together with fruit ...

 

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Actinidia arguta 'Jumbo' kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Jumbo' edible fruits, leaves V-VI 8 m 2-3 m Zones 5B - 8
Actinidia arguta  'Jumbo'

kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Jumbo'

An Italian prolific female form bearing tasty, lasting fruits (Mini Kiwi), with a smooth, edible skin. Oblong, slightly elongated, greenish-yellow berries ripen in October. It starts bearing fruit in its third or fourth year after planting. Sustains frosts up to –25oC. Warm sheltered site and moderately moist, fertile soil are needed. Actinidia climb by twining, it’s suitable for growing over various supports, arbours, pergolas and trellises or may be trained ...

 

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Actinidia arguta 'Ken's Red' kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Ken's Red' edible fruits, leaves V-VI 8 m 2-3 m Zones 6A - 8
Actinidia arguta  'Ken's Red'

kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Ken's Red'

A New Zealand, prolific, female cultivar bearing tasty, sweet flavoured fruit (Mini Kiwi), with a smooth, edible skin. Lasting, medium-sized, roundish berries, purple red when in full sun, ripen during September and October. It starts bearing fruit in its third or fourth year after planting. Sustains frosts up to –25oC. Warm sheltered site and moderately moist, fertile soil are needed. Actinidia climb by twining, it’s suitable for growing over various ...

 

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Actinidia arguta 'Kokuwa' kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) ‘Kokuwa’ edible fruit VI 4-6 m 1-2 m Zones 6 - 8
Actinidia arguta 'Kokuwa'

kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) ‘Kokuwa’

A Japanese, self-pollinating form with tasty lemon-flavoured durable fruit (Mini Kiwi) ripening in late September-October. Oval berries, about 2 cm long and 1,5 cm across can be eaten unpeeled. It starts setting fruit in the 2nd-3rd year after planting. It sustains frost down to –22oC. The plant requires a warm, sunny, sheltered site and moist fertile well-drained soil. Twining stems. It’s suitable for growing up various supports, arbours, pergolas and ...

 

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Actinidia arguta 'Purpurna Sadowa' hardy kiwi, kiwi berry (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Purpurna Sadowa' edible fruits V-VI 8 m 2-3 m Zones 5B - 8
Actinidia arguta  'Purpurna Sadowa'

hardy kiwi, kiwi berry (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Purpurna Sadowa'

A very prolific, Ukrainian, red-berried female cultivar with tasty, durable fruit (Mini Kiwi) that ripen from late September to October. The berries are oval, about 3.5 cm long and 2.5 cm across, purple red when in full sun, and can be eaten unpeeled. They start appearing in the third – fourth year after planting. It tolerates temperatures down to -28oC. Requires a warm, sheltered site in full sun and moist, ...

 

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Actinidia arguta 'Rogów' kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) ‘Rogów’ edible fruit V-VI 8 m 2-3 m Zones 5 - 8
Actinidia arguta 'Rogów'

kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) ‘Rogów’

Polish, prolific female form selected at Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW) Arboretum in Rogów. It produces tasty oval berries, 3 cm long and 2 cm wide (Mini Kiwi), with edible skin. Fruits ripen in late September – October. It starts bearing fruit in the third or fourth year after planting. Sustains frosts down to -28oC. It requires a warm, sunny, sheltered site with fertile, moist but well drained soil. ...

 

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Actinidia arguta SCARLET SEPTEMBER KIWI® 'Mirzan' kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) SCARLET SEPTEMBER KIWI® 'Mirzan' edible fruits, leaves V-VI 8 m 2-3 m Zones 6A - 8
Actinidia arguta SCARLET SEPTEMBER KIWI® 'Mirzan'

kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) SCARLET SEPTEMBER KIWI® 'Mirzan'

A Polish cultivar yielding red, tasty, sweet fruit (Mini Kiwi). It's the earliest of all cultivars to ripen – it starts at the end of August and yields fruit until mid-September. Recommended for gardens as well as production plantations.

Raised by Mirosław Zaniewski, Poland. Introduced in the market by Clematis The Source of Good Climbers in 2015.

 

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Actinidia arguta VITIKIWI® kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) VITIKIWI® edible fruit VI 6-8 m 2-3 m Zones 6 - 8
Actinidia arguta VITIKIWI®

kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) VITIKIWI®

An attractive, prolific cultivar that sets fruit without pollination (parthenocarpic). Starts bearing fruit in the 1st-2nd year after planting. Its tasty, green, usually seedless fruit (Mini Kiwi) ripen in October and they have edible skin. Oval shaped, they reach 2.5-3.5 cm in lenght and 1.5-2.5 cm in width. Flowers borne in the second half of May till the beginning of June are usually set in threes at each internode, creamy-white, ...

 

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Actinidia arguta 'Weiki' F kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Weiki' F edible fruits, leaves V-VI 8 m 2-3 m Zones 5 - 8
Actinidia arguta  'Weiki' F

kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Weiki' F

A rampant growing (up to 8-10 m tall) prolific female climber; needs a male form to pollinate. Blooms in June. In order to bear fruit a plant requires 150 days without frost. Berries ripen in October. If gathered unripe, they soften and mature when put in a bag together with fruits producing ethylene, e.g. apples, and kept at room temperature. It starts bearing fruit in its third or fourth year ...

Breeder: Hermann Schimmelpfeng, Technische Universität München, Germany

 

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Actinidia arguta 'Weiki' M hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Weiki' M leaves V-VI 8 m 2-3 m Zones 5 - 8
Actinidia arguta  'Weiki' M

hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Weiki' M

A rampant growing (up to 8-10 m tall), very interesting male plant, a good pollinator for female and bisexual cultivars of Actinidia arguta - it's enough to plant one male plant for 6-8 female plants. Attractive for its foliage - dark green, slightly lustrous leaves with red petioles. This variety sustains frosts up to –30oC. Pruning is best done in late autumn or winter (before the vegetation period), or in ...

Breeder: Hermann Schimmelpfeng, Technische Universität München, Germany

 

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Actinidia kolomikta 'Adam' arctic kiwi 'Adam' leaves V 3-4 m 1-2 m Zones 4 - 8
Actinidia kolomikta 'Adam'

arctic kiwi 'Adam'

A Polish male variety, remarkable on account of its variegated foliage. Leaves, white-green in May, become dramatically splashed with pink in June. The variegation appears in its second, third year after planting and is more prominent on leaves in full sun. Small, white with yellow stamens flowers, slightly lemon scented, opening in May. A good pollinator for female and bisexual plants of the genus Actinidia kolomikta. It grows up to ...

 

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Actinidia kolomikta 'Dr Szymanowski' arctic kiwi 'Dr Szymanowski' leaves, edible fruits V 3-4 m 1-2 m Zones 4 - 8
Actinidia kolomikta 'Dr Szymanowski'

arctic kiwi 'Dr Szymanowski'

A striking dioecious climber, reaching up to 3-4m that will adorn any garden. Remarkable on account of the tri-colored variegation of many of its leaves, the terminal half being creamy-white, flushed pink and green. The variegation is not apparent on very young plants; it appears in its second, third year after planting, being more prominent on leaves in full sun. Flowers small, white, with yellow stamens and a pistil, slightly ...

 

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Actinidia kolomikta 'Sentyabrskaya' arctic kiwi 'Sentyabrskaya' leaves, edible fruit V 3-4 m 1-2 m Zones 4 - 8
Actinidia kolomikta 'Sentyabrskaya'

arctic kiwi 'Sentyabrskaya'

Exceptionally proliferating very hardy Ukraine female cultivar. White slightly lemon scented flowers borne In May. In order to bear fruit a plant requires about 130 days without frost. Tasty berries ripen in August and fall to the ground. Leaves either green or green-white slpashed with pink. The variegation appears in its second, third year after planting and is more prominent on leaves in full sun. It grows up to 4 ...

 

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Actinidia kolomikta 'Vitakola' PBR arctic kiwi 'Vitakola' PBR leaves, edible fruit V 3-4 m 1-2 m Zones 4 - 8
Actinidia kolomikta 'Vitakola' PBR

arctic kiwi 'Vitakola' PBR

An excellent Czech cultivar yielding a bounty of tasty fruit, exceptionally large for this species. With its ornamental leaves and lemon scented flowers it is an attractive feature in any garden.

Raised in Czech Republic by Jan Kola. Introduced in the market by Clematis The Source of Good Climbers in 2015.

 

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Actinidia pilosula Rosy Crabapple Kiwi leaves, flowers V-VI 3-5 m 1-3 m Zones 7 - 9
Actinidia pilosula

Rosy Crabapple Kiwi

An intriguing, dioecious vine with colourful leaves and flowers. Dark green, pointed elliptic leaves are set on red petiolae and from May turn partly or completely white or sometimes – pink, similarily to Actinidia kolomikta. From the second half of May till June small pink flowers are borne, brightened up by yellow stamens. Reaches 3-5 m height, twining around supports by means of red-green tendrils. Sustains frosts up to around ...

 

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Actinidia purpurea 'Hardy Red' kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Hardy Red' edible fruits, leaves V-VI 8 m 2-3 m Zones 6A - 8
Actinidia purpurea 'Hardy Red'

kiwi berry, hardy kiwi (bower actinidia, tara vine) 'Hardy Red'

American, prolific cultivar of tasty red fruit (Mini Kiwi) with edible skin, maturing in the first half of September. White flowers 1-2 cm in diameter borne in June. Berries are oval-shaped, slightly flattened, up to 3.5 cm long and 1.5-2 cm wide, cherry-red both outside and inside.  Fruit attain the colouring in the final stage of ripening. Yields fruit in the 3rd-4th year. Sustains frosts up to -28oC. Requires warm, ...

 

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Akebia quinata five-leaf akebia (chocolate vine) leaves, fragrant flowers IV-V 5-10 m 1-3 m Zones 6A - 8
Akebia quinata

five-leaf akebia (chocolate vine)

A vigorous climber with attractive foliage and flowers. Leaves semi-evergreen, composed of 5 leathery, notched leaflets. Stems, violet at first and turning brown with age, twine around the supports. Flowers small, female chocolate-brown and male pink, slightly cinnamon scented. Unusual, conspicuous, sausage-shaped fruits. It's suitable for training over various kinds of supports, as well as for clambering into a tree. An excellent subject for covering arbors and pergolas. It may ...

 

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