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Climbing fruit plants

Buy climbing fruit plants from Lubera

Our tasty assortment of climbing fruit plants offer a perfect pleasure experience throughout the entire garden year.


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Akebia quinata - Chocolate vine

Five leaf akebia: the fruits have many minerals

From £19.40 *

Blue Passion Flower

Passiflora caerulea: breathtaking flowers from the tropics that are tolerant to cold

£20.40 *

Grape Kiwi Geneva

Actinidia arguta - a mini kiwi with red cheeks

£24.90 *

Grape Kiwi Issai

Actinidia arguta - the very good self-fertile mini kiwi

£19.40 *

Grape Kiwi Kens Red

Actinidia arguta - mini kiwi, violet flesh

£24.90 *

Grape Kiwi Maskulino

A pollinator for all Actinidia arguta mini kiwis

£24.90 *

Grape Kiwi Pink Bingo®

Sweet, exotic flavour

From £21.90 *

Grape Kiwi Purpurna

The Actinidia arguta mini kiwi with red flesh

£24.90 *

Grape Kiwi September Scarlet®

The earliest - also for high above sea level

£24.90 *

Grape Kiwi Vitikiwi®

The best self-fertile grape kiwi variety

£24.90 *

Kiwi Hayward (female, needs pollinator Tomuri)

The largest and best female kiwi variety

£19.40 *

Kiwi Minkigold®

The female, yellow classic kiwi

£24.90 *

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More information about climbing fruit plants


These selected plants not only inspire with their decorative growth, an abundance of flowers and the many design possibilities around the house and garden - they also give us many colourful, delicious fruits. They are also very good providers of shade in the summer. If you buy our hardy climbing fruit plants, the fruity ornaments can thrive almost anywhere, even on walls, fences or ramparts. Grapes are suitable for pergolas or for romantic wall plantings - kiwis can be used to climb objects of all kinds or they can grow on a trellis. Of course, many varieties of climbing fruit can also be kept excellently in a pot.



Climbing fruit for every taste from the Lubera garden shop


Whether for nibbling or for further processing - climbing fruit can be used in many ways. You can find our attractive, aromatic and also exotic climbing fruit here in the Lubera garden shop. In addition to our large selection of tasty kiwis and vines, we recommend the fast-growing five-petalled Akebia with its beautiful, red-violet flowers that smell like chocolate, the passion fruit Eia Popeia with its enchanting flowers and the medicinal plant Schisandra 'Take 5' from China with its large fruits, which does very well in northeast locations.


Buy climbing fruit plants - cultivation in containers


To the delight of balcony owners, climbing fruit can also grow in a large pot in most cases. It is important to ensure that the plants receive permanent water, that the plant pot is prepared accordingly and that it is made frost-proof in the winter.


Climbing fruit aids


Many types of climbing fruit do not have their own attachment organs, although they can naturally climb and loop. It is therefore advisable to tie them to a climbing aid. Climbing wire, trellises, wooden poles or similar are used to make the shoots of the climbing fruit grow as horizontally as possible - this makes harvesting easier, but is of course not a must - especially if the decorative aspect of the plant is to be the main focus. Late vines, real kiwis, but of course also apples, pears, apricots etc. can be grown as espalier fruit. If you would like to plant wall fruit, you should perhaps ask us for advice. After all, the selection of the right type of fruit and also the right variety is very important for success.


Buy climbing fruit - make the right choice


In the product descriptions, check whether the plant of your choice is self-pollinating or whether you may need a male and female plant (for example, there are dioecious and monoecious (self-pollinating) varieties of kiwi plants). After all, the aim is to produce tasty fruit!

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