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Actinidia kolomkitka 'Arctic Beauty (MALE)'

Hardy Kiwi

Plant Type:


Actinidia kolomkitka ‘Arctic Beauty’ (MALE) – 4 avaialable. In Autumn 'Arctic Beauty' will arrive pruned. When the foliage develops in spring icy white auras gradually emerge and develop on many leaves. The frosty colorations, like confectioner sugar icing, are large and striking as if painted on each leaf with a broad brush. In time the white patches become infused with a beautiful rosy pink tint. Folks who do not know this vine are astonished when they see it for it is a thing of beauty. Plant a male with a female or two if you want to harvest a late summer fruits which are delicious. A strong support should be erected for these fast growing twining vines unless they are grown on and over a stone wall. Plant ‘Arctic Beauty’ in fertile soil sited in some sun. They tolerate a fair amount of open shade. Established potted vine, cutting grown.

In regards to autumn planting: Generally we caution that plants near and at the northern end of their climate range are best considered for spring planting so they have a chance to settle in and grab hold to their new environs. If you purchase a tricky plant now and it perishes in the winter please understand that we will not take responsibility. If you are uncertain be prudent, wait until spring.



20 Ft




(3b)4 to7(8?)
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Characteristics and Attributes for Actinidia kolomkitka 'Arctic Beauty (MALE)'

Season of Interest (Flowering)

  • Spring

Season of Interest (Foliage)

  • Spring into Summer


  • Morning Sun / Afternoon Shade
  • Full Sun


  • Screen
  • Climbing

Growth Rate in the Garden

  • Rapid


  • Calcareous
  • Average
  • Fertile
  • Adaptable


  • Asia

Propagated By

  • Cutting Grown