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Hayward Fuzzy Kiwi

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SKU H376

Actinidia deliciosa 'Hayward'

The grocery store standard fuzzy kiwi. Hayward is a female vine that grows hundreds of large, juicy, delicious fruits each year. The fuzzy vines are long, robust growers that create a luxurious tropical feel wherever they are planted. Make sure to provide a very sturdy trellis for these quick-growing perennial vines! Fruit can be harvested at maturity, before fully ripe, and kept cool or refrigerated, where they can be selectively ripened and enjoyed for up to 6 months!

Fuzzy female kiwis must be pollinized by the Male Fuzzy kiwi. Hayward requires about 800 chill hours to reliably bloom and set fruit each year. Full sun and a nice long, hot growing season will help Hayward fully ripen all its glorious fruit.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 8

Mature Size: Up To 40' If Unpruned

Sun: Full Sun

Pollination: Requires Male That Blooms Simultaneously

Read our Kiwi Growing Guide

Size: 1 Gallon Pot


Ask a Question
  • I purchased two kiwis from Lowe’s in Downingtown Pennsylvania, six years ago. This is Southeastern Pennsylvania. Both are females could you recommend a male plant to fertilize these

    Any male kiwi will do. We carry them as "male arguta kiwi" and "male fuzzy kiwi".

  • How do I order a fuzzy male counterpart or will ordering an even number of plants ensure male/female mix?

    Our male fuzzy kiwis are sold under the product "Male Fuzzy Kiwi". You need roughly 1 male for every 8 females.

  • How long does it take to start bearing fruit, if i purchase the 1-gallon Pot.

    Fuzzy kiwi can start bearing quickly, if there is a male to pollinate it, within 3-4 years on average.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Kimberly A.
Great customer service

I received prompt response with the customer service support.

Brandy T.
Beautiful Vine!

Arrived in perfect condition!!!

Robert D.
Powery mildew

We planted the kiwi plants the day after pickup and within a few days powdery mildew covered the most of the plants' older leaves. New emerging leaves didn't have it. I didn't have any other plants around the planting site, and I don't know how the kiwi were exposed, but I promptly sprayed with copper sulfate.