The Kiwi should be preferably located in a place where it can have at least a few hours a day of direct solar light. To develop to their best, climber plants need grates, or they can be placed near a wall, which functions as a support.These plants aren't afraid of the cold weather and can be grwon in the garden throughout the whole year.
The Kiwi has a climber deportment. This plant in the spring assumes a green colouring; it is medium in size and can reach 4 m high. It doesn't keep its leaves in the winter. These plants are shrubs.
Climber plants have a quick and vigorous development, letís enrich the soil, towards the end of the winter or in autumn, with manure or slow release fertilizer; during the spring, once a month, we can add a fertilizer for green or flowering plants, rich in nitrogen and potassium to the irrigating water .
Water regularly, every 2-3 weeks , wetting the soil deeply with about 1-2 buckets of water ,but waiting for the substratum to dry completely between one watering and another; avoid leaving stagnant water. This plant has a climber development, at times very vigorous; therefore it is good to remember that the more developed plants need more water compared to the more limited specimens.
They favour a substratum which remains slightly humid and isnít too drained.
There aren't any notes. The indications given in this article are related to a medium size plant.