Unlike many other varieties, young kiwifruit plants hardly ever take root. This is why they are grown in greenhouses for the first year. Plant them solely from late April, early May, contingent on the climate. Kiwi has a preference for thriving in nutrient-rich soil that is well-draining, yet also retains moisture effectively.
Plants abhor stagnant water. Provide them ample sunlight since they will expand rapidly, particularly initially. When planting, you permit a solid portion of compost to be present; no supplementary fertilizer is necessary on soil that is already fertilized.