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Grape Kiwi Pink Bingo®

Sweet, exotic flavour

Grape Kiwi Pink Bingo®


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Product information "Grape Kiwi Pink Bingo®"

In the case of fruit plants, it is always a plus if they are beautiful as well – an added bonus. Pink Bingo® is one of these fruit plants, a grape kiwi variety (also called mini kiwi, Arguta kiwi, kiwiberry, berry kiwi...) with an almost super-beautiful pink colour. This also has a very practical advantage: one finds the ripe fruit easier in the tangle of the kiwi leaves. Something that is a problem with the green-skinned varieties. I do not want to know how many mature kiwis I've already missed because I just did not see them. The fruits of Pink Bingo® are oval, about 3 cm long and 2.5 cm wide. The taste is aromatic, with a slight hint of pineapple. It is also possible here to state that grape kiwis taste much better than their large-fruited green and hairy cousins. Pink Bingo® is robust, strong growing, 6 - 8 m, hardy to -28°C. Pink Bingo® is self-infertile; therefore it needs the male kiwi plant Maskulino as a pollinator, whereby one male is enough for 8 females.
Maturity: End of September to the beginning of October
Fruits: Oval, about 3 cm long and 2.5 cm wide. Average fruit weight: 14 g, edible skin that turns an intense pink-red colour, green flesh
Flavour: Aromatic, with slight hint of pineapple
Growth/health: Robust, strong growth, 6-8 m, hardy to -28°C. Needs pollinator variety Maskulino. Bears fruit starting in the third year
Botanical name: Actinidia arguta

What are Lubera grape kiwis?

Lubera grape kiwis are the best fruiting Actinidia arguta varieties that we have put together as an assortment. We call them grape kiwis because they bear fruit in clusters; they are more like berry plants than fruit trees, and because they are fruit-bearing vines just like table grapes. Grape kiwis are not just small kiwis (the term mini kiwi is also misleading and should really no longer be used); they are not only the small stepsisters of the classic kiwi, but a type of berry fruit in its own right.

Why plant Lubera grape kiwis?
-the fruits are edible with the skin
-they are more aromatic than the classic kiwi
-the yield is very high and regular and is usually earlier than the classic kiwi
-they are edible directly off the bush
-they are absolutely frost-resistant/hardy to about -30°C
  • Flowering Period May, June
  • Ripeness/Harvest Period September, October
  • Final height 7.5m to 10m
  • Final width 3m to 4m
  • Available February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
  • Sweetness sweet
  • Use for containers, South- and West-facing walls, as a specimen plant
  • Hardiness hardy
  • Soil moist, dry, heavy, moderately heavy, light, slightly alkaline, neutral, slightly acidic
  • Location partial shade, full sun
  • Flower Colour white
  • Leaf Colour green

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Jun 5, 2017

grape kiwi pink bingo (Valerie)

I already have grape kiwi Issai and only space for one more. Could Pink Bingo be pollinated by Issai?

Nov 28, 2017

Grape kiwi (Felicity Lynch)

I don't think so, Issai doesn't self pollinate but produces fruit without being pollinated, so it wouldn't have pollen to pollinate bingo

Nov 28, 2017

Grape kiwi (Felicity Lynch)

I don't think so, Issai doesn't self pollinate but produces fruit without being pollinated, so it wouldn't have pollen to pollinate bingo

Nov 30, 2017

grape kiwi pink bingo (Sonja Dreher)

you would not get good results from this combination.
It is better to plant a regular male plant.
This will increase the amount of fruits of your Issai a lot.
Maybe you have a little Space for pink bingo too, because the male plant does not need to grow as bis as the females. It is enough , if it has a few longer branches with flowers in spring. The insects will do the rest ;)

kind regards
Your Lubera Team