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Actinidia arguta 'Ken's Red'

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36,00 €

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Here in Canarius we offer a potted plant, grown in peatmoss or coconut fiber.

Visit this LINK and see pictures of our fruit trees on the packing desk and learn more about what we ship.

What do we ship?

Here in Canarius we offer a 0,7 - 2 m tall grafted tree, grown in a certified nursery. Temperate trees will be shipped bare rooted during the coldest months. Some trees are small enought to fit in the box. Some are too tall, so they will be pruned before shipping to a height of 80-100. Don't be scared by this pruning because your trees will soon come back as they are all very vigorous specimens.

Visit this LINK and see pictures of our fruit trees on the packing desk and learn more about what we ship.

Temperate trees from the Canary Islands?

The Canary Islands are located in the subtropical belt, but the term subtropical really makes sense only for the areas at low altitude. If we give a look to mid or high elevations, we will find a Mediterranean to Temperate climate, with possible snowfalls in winter above 1200 m elevation. Therefore, temperate fruits and berries, like apples or raspberries, can grow quite well in this land of mangos and bananas. Some local traditional cultivars of temperate trees are only found in the Canaries, such as many fig trees, peaches, apricots and more. Some of these are low-chill varieties, that require less cold for their growth. They can take hard frost such as their relatives but they can still set good fruits in Mediterranean to Subtropical areas.

Cultivation Protected
Plant origin Europe
Plant origin Asia
Presentation Potted Plant
Botanical family Actinidiaceae
Care Pot
Important Notice-Due to our long experience as exporters and importers, we inform you that all orders arriving after 10 November 2021 will be shipped after the second week of January 2022, to avoid any possible loss or delay in delivery due to excessive Christmas parcel traffic.