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HAVE: Male kiwis

Posted by Rose_Red 9Louisiana (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 18, 05 at 19:14

Would like to trade for rabbit-eye blueberries, daylillies, female kiwis, ornamental flowering alliums, plums for zone 8-9, grapes, giant crinum. These are the fuzzy kiwis like you get in the grocery store. I have the exact name, I will just have to go through my records and get it, if you are interested. These are rooted off of my big vine. I have found that the male roots much easier than the female. I've had no luck rooting the female and I would really like more female vines.

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RE: HAVE: Male kiwis

  • Posted by uschi z9 Florida (My Page) on
    Mon, Jan 23, 06 at 14:39

Hi Rose Red,
Take a twig of your female kiwi, leave on the vine, wound the bark, till you see the green underneath, use planting hormone. Put it into a pot beside the plant, peg it down cover with dirt and keep moist. It might take some time, but it will root.
I do not need any kiwis, am growing golden kiwis from seed, they are much better tating. Hope the will grow here.

RE: HAVE: Male kiwis

i would love to trade i have the giant criniums would you send me male and female plants

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