Actinidia kiwi gold 10 seeds
This beautiful fruit is relatively new on the scene, the golden variety is much sweeter and the pulp softer, rather like a mushy fruit salad. The fruit has a smoother skin and a small core or tip at one end, while the green kiwi is slightly fuzzier and symmetrically oval, and most people find the smooth skin more appetizing. Plants do well to be pruned back hard at the end of each growing season.
These seeds have been thoroughly cleaned and refrigerated for several months. They should be sown any time of the year in well-drained, sandy compost and covered to their own depth with sand or grit. No artificial heat is needed; it is best to leave the seedling container outside in a cool place and keep it moist. Seeds usually germinate in spring after cooling in cold compost, regardless of when they are sown.