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Hyacinth Plant


Zone Bristol, Pa. 19007 | biker245 added on May 30, 2018 | Answered

Hi, 5 years ago I purchased a male and female kiwi plant. I planted one on each side of my trellis. They come back every year and the green vines grow faster then I can keep up with trimming them. They are lovely but now my question how much longer do I have to wait for them to have flowers and fruit. I was told 3 to 5 years when I bought them? Thank you so much for your information. Carol Sanchez

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Answered on May 31, 2018

Yes, 3 to 5 years is an average for fruiting, though it can be longer.
It can be other reasons and the links below will help you access the growing situation.

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