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K is for?

No flowers on this last year (its first) and was amazed it survived the winter as it was fully exposed, maybe as it was covered in snow most of the time. So These are the first flowers on this and looking forward to seeing if I get a full one for my breakfast : )



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??? beautiful:)

12 Jun, 2010

 

This is beautiful. The one I had had pale apricot coloured flowers, but I recognised this immediately from the flowers. And if it survived our winter I would think your chances of getting fruit are not bad. Mine took about 5 years to produce any and that year I cut it down in disgust, only to find some fruit way up at the top......tragic!

12 Jun, 2010

 

......Kiwi?

12 Jun, 2010

 

Correct me harty oo arrgh. Growing well as well. I had forgotten to move it and then we were into winter so resigned myself to its envitable demise. So have given it lost of top compoast and kept watered well in the heat. Cold be my year for fruit

13 Jun, 2010

 

Update the flowers are starting to give way to what looks like might be a small start to a fruit

16 Jun, 2010

 

They are aharrdy up here, and never move in winter, but then, only got flowers once, bout 3 years ago. It has beeen moved since then, so don't want to do so again.

20 Jun, 2010

 

Ok great, maybe they are alot hardier than I thought. I supposed NZ has winters, maybe not as cold as ours but grow better as the suns rays are warmer down there

21 Jun, 2010



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