Kiwi bushes not producing fruit

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Although kiwis often produce at two to three years of age, it can take five to seven. Time to bear fruit is dependent on the age of plant, its variety and requirements.

I would suggest be patient and hopefully you will be pleasantly surprised with a bumper crop this coming summer. As insurance, I would suggest you provide a heavy application of organic fertilizer, fruit specific, this spring.

As well it may be a good idea to purchase and plant an additional male, just in case yours may have been mistakenly tagged at the garden centre. (This is a rare problem, but does happen.)

Good luck!