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I have just tried growing your Victorian colossal pea, with fantastic results. We have a small garden and my wife found these thinking we would get more for the same space as the 'normal' peas. Problem is they are so heavily laden with pods they are tearing from the support frame and I have had to tie them up with soft string. A problem that is very welcome. I have just sown more in the greenhouse to plant out for a later crop. I have also tried your coloured carrots but too soon to try, but I will be ordering more seeds and greater variety in the future. Best wishes
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I have just tried growing your Victorian colossal pea, with fantastic results. We have a small garden and my wife found these thinking we would get more for the same space as the 'normal' peas. Problem is they are so heavily laden with pods they are tearing from the support frame and I have had to tie them up with soft string. A problem that is very welcome. I have just sown more in the greenhouse to plant out for a later crop. I have also tried your coloured carrots but too soon to try, but I will be ordering more seeds and greater variety in the future. Best wishes
Jeff Norris, Ashington, Northunberland

Kiwi 'Hayward'

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Actinidia deliciosa 'Hayward'

  • Female variety.
  • Produces clusters of creamy/white flowers.
  • Has brown hairy kiwi fruits.
  • Likes a full sun position with well drained soil.

Supplied as a pot grown plant approximately 1 - 2 feet (30 - 60 cm) tall including pot.

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A female variety of kiwi (which requires a male for pollination and to produce fruit). Hayward has lovely heart shaped green leaves with hairy red/brown stems and produces clusters of creamy/white flowers with golden stamens, which if pollinated will produce brown, hairy kiwi fruits with a green inner in abundance.

Kiwis require a free draining soil and do not like excessive water during the Summer, they also require a spot which is sheltered from hard and prolonged frost during the Winter, although as they establish to become more hardy. Beware of last frosts as these can set the plant back for the whole season.

This variety is native to Southern China, however was bred by Hayward Wright in Avondale, New Zealand in approximately 1924.

Also known as Chinese gooseberry and botanically as Actinidia chinensis.

Please note that hardy kiwis cannot pollinate kiwis.

  • Deciduous climber.
  • Hardy to approximately -5°C (23°F).
  • Vigorous growth.
  • Reaches approximately 32 feet (10 metres) tall.
  • Requires support (wires or trellis).
  • Requires a full sun position.
  • Needs well drained soil.

Recognised to be an excellent attractant and nectar source for bees and other beneficial insects.

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This product is subject to group discount if you are buying multiple products from the same pricing group. Other products in this group are...
Kiwi 'Atlas'
Kiwi 'Issai'
Kiwi 'Jenny'
Kiwi 'Jumbo'
Kiwi 'Ken's Red'
Kiwi 'Weiki'

How To...

How To Plant & Grow Soft Fruit
Information on unpacking and planting bare root and pot grown soft fruits either in the open ground or in containers and pots, with additional information on specific varieties.

Magazine Articles

Killer Kiwis
An article on growing kiwi fruits written by Paul Peacock that appeared in the July 2007 issue of Grow It! magazine.




Plant Passport Registration Number: GB-34265