Kiwi is native to eastern and central China. It is a small yet delicious fruit. There are about 60 odd species of kiwi. They vary in appearance, shape, size, color and hairiness. Its sweet and tangy flavor makes it everyone?s favorite.
Golden kiwi is a modern cultivar of kiwifruit. It's oval with a slight protruding style end and rounded to flat shape of shoulder on the stalk end. The gold-fleshed fruit also has a small pointed crown on the exterior.
Hayward is moderately hairy and more rounded than other kiwi varieties. Higher levels of sweetness makes this variety the most popular amongst consumers and planters. The skin is thin and the flesh is attractive green with a white centre.
Red kiwi are small berries, slightly larger in size and similar in shape to a grape, with a thin fuzz-free, subtly, ridged skin, similar in outward texture to a fig. The exterior of the fruit is more vibrant than a common kiwi fruit, the color is deep, dusty, maroon with hints of purple and brown.