Actinidia kolomikta 20 seeds A very hardy kiwi with sweet fruits
A fully hardy kiwi variety with striking leaves that appear to be dipped in paint after a few years. The species is dioecious, requiring a male and female plant for fruiting. However, the sweet edible fruits can also be formed on a single female plant if pollination by Actinidia arguta or Actinidia chinensis is possible. A sheltered position in the sun gives the best fruit results for the Dutch garden although the plant itself is hardy to -40 degrees Celsius.
Sowing description: First store the seeds in the refrigerator for 4-8 weeks and then sow them in sowing soil at room temperature.
If no germination occurs after a few weeks, you can store the seeds in the refrigerator again. After 4-8 weeks, set warm again.
With the transition from cold (winter) to warmth (spring), germination dormancy must be broken and may require several cold periods.
Sowing time: November – June
Minimum temperature: -40 degrees Celsius