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mystery plant to identify

Posted by broborg 5 (Chicago suburb) (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 11, 13 at 23:04

We have a glorious tangle of wisteria and other vines along a fence. I was cleaning it up a bit today and saw a plant I've not seen before; this is our third summer in the house. I'm thinking maybe it's come over from the other side of the fence. Any ideas on what it is/might be? The size of the largest fruits (if that's what they are) is about 3/4 of an inch long.

Thanks much!

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RE: mystery plant to identify

Kiwi...edible small fruits

RE: mystery plant to identify

I agree with Susan. The hardy kiwis are grape-sized and unlike the fuzzy tropical ones, have smooth skin. Since the vines are either female or male, your must have both to have fruit.

RE: mystery plant to identify

That's it! Thanks so much.

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