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Hardy Kiwi

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Hardy Kiwi

The hardy kiwi has become an important part of New Zealand culture, and its popularity has spread around the globe.

Are Native To New Zealand.
First discovered by Europeans in 1823 when Captain James Cook landed at what is now known as Cape Kidnappers in New Zealand.

Have A Hard Shell.
Called the “kiwi bear” because of their large size and thick shell.

Found In Many Parts Of The World.
Hardy kiwis found in many parts of the world, including North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Oceania. Confused with the more common kiwifruit, which are actually a different species.

Grow Fast.
They grow fast. In fact, they can reach maturity in as little as two years. This makes them an excellent choice for people who want to start growing plants indoors. Hardy kiwis also produce large fruits that are easy to harvest.

Are Easy To Raise.
Require very little care once they are planted. They need only water every few days during the summer months. Hardy kiwis will tolerate temperatures down to -10 degrees Fahrenheit (-23 degrees Celsius). Hardy kiwis do not require fertilizers or pesticides.

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