This self-fertilizing variety is productive, even without a female variety. Kiwis are green then brown in summer. Smooth skinned, they may be eaten without being peeled.
Abundant and original red kiwis in summer, smooth skinned (without hairs), and therefore edible without having to peel off the skin.
Late-maturing female variety from December to February. Big fruit from 70 to 100 g, excellent quality pulp, moderately sweet sour perfumed. Long shelf life, especially in a cool and humid room.
A self-fertilising kiwifruit that produces a good quantity of large fruit, comparable to the famous 'Hayward' variety, from a young age.
A Minier edition. Bearing from a young age, little, apple-shaped kiwis, sweet, yellow and apple-scented. Harvested in October-November and to be eaten between end of November to January.
A Minier edition.
Self-fertilizing plant. Distributed in France by Minier in 1996. Excellent variety with numerous kiwis, even during the first few years, from December to February. Medium-sized fruit.
Plant one male for 1 to 7 females. Branches covered with reddish down. White perfumed flowers with a yellowish tinge at the end of flowering, a little smaller than those of the female plants.
Will bear fruit without needing a male subject close by. An excellent variety with numerous large kiwis from December to February. White and perfumed flowers, with eventually, yellow tints.
Very original leaves, purple in spring, then soft green widely washed with white and pink. Inconspicuous perfumed white flowers of 1.5 cm diameter in June.
Original dark green leaves, with large white patches, more often nearer the tips of leaves and on the red, smaller petals. Small growth for this kiwi plant, intersting for small gardens.
Vigorous and semi-persistent vine. Beautiful foliage composed of 4 to 6 leaflets. Male and female flowers in drooping clusters are located on the same plant and perfumed in April.
Semi evergreen climber, interesting for half-shaded areas. Hanging bunches of flowers in April-May.
Large flowers of 8 to 10 cm long and 6 to 8cm diameter in midsummer. Impressive clusters of 30 to 40cm long. Melliferous plant.
Branches with studs allowing it to climb on any support. Clusters of trumpet-shaped, yellow flowers from July to September, 5-8cm long and 5cm in diameter.
Remarkable blood-red trumpet formed and precocious flowers, starting July and ending with the first frosts. Lovely, slightly shiny, large dark green leaves.
Flowers are trumpet-like and a dark blood-red colour during the summer season, repeating well from July to the first frosts. the lovely shiny leaves are large and dark green.
Rustic and very floriferous in summer. Bunches of 20-30 large flowers.
Large bunches of trumpet-like orangey flowers from July to September. A vigorous climbing plant, well ramified and floriferous from a young age.
Abundant flowers from June to September. A naturally compact and erect variety.
This ORANGEADE® will offer lovely bunches of 8-12 flowers. They are trumpet formed and 7-8cm long.
This small climbing plant is compact and floriferous and ideal in hedges, flowerbeds and containers. Bunches of orangey-red, yellow necked flowers appear from July to September.
This small, floriferous and compact climber is ideal in flowerbeds, hedges and containers. Bunches of orangey-yellow flowers, delicately red veined, appear from July to September.
Very floriferous, vigorous climbing plant from June to October. Flowers of 15 cm diameter, smaller at the end of summer. Best colouring in mid-shade.
Very floriferous and compact. Excellent in semi-shade.
Very vigorous, robust and hardy. Very floriferous from June to September or even sometimes October. Flowers of 10 to 13 cm diameter. Can grow over 3-3m50 tall. Very well known.
Very vigorous and floriferous plant in June-July, often flowering again in September-October. A safe bet for white coloured flowers. Flowers of 20 to 22 cm diameter.
Flowers in May-June and then end of August to end of September.
Superb, delicately veined, pink-purple flowers with purpely-red centers, of 8-11cm in diameter. Abundant flowering between May and July, with another flowering in September.
Very floriferous. Very deep and rich colours. Nice container plant and ground cover. A clematis appreciates having its roots in the shade and its flower head in the sun.
Blooms from late May to June and almost all summer until September. Flowers of 15 to 18 cm diameter. Young bronze coloured leaves. Good containers plant. Still as popular since 1876.
Lovely long, shiny evergreen leaves. Scented white flowers in March-April. The perfume, stronger in the sun, has a delicious almond aroma.
Rapid growth. Very floriferous in March-April. Quite robust. Pink floral buds. Delicious almond perfume, stronger in the sun.
vigorous climbing plant very floriferous, blooms almost continuously, sometimes as early as April or in May, June or September.
Very floriferous plant in May-June, with a light reflowering in September. Distibuted in France by Minier in 1963. Large flower with a spicy and woody scent.
Fast growing plant. Very floriferous from May to July. Lightly perfumed. Flowers are 8cm in diameter. Leaves are greyish-green. Can grow to over 6m. Appreciates shady areas.
Lovely changing flowers that eventually become curvy and star-like. Repeat flowering, abundant in August.
Small dimensioned shrub. The purple flowers are about 10cm in diameter, with a lovely red heart and a charming bunch of yellow stamens. Very dense flowering, abundant from June through to autumn.
Very floriferous from June to October. Large flowers of 12 to 14 cm diameter. Good semi-shade plant on a trellis.
Vigorous. Excellent in the sun and in any type of soils. Large, highly marbled and cupped leaves. To plant in fairly cold weather and in sheltered locations.
Beautiful irregularly variegated foliage of 15 to 20 cm long. Excellent plant to decorate a wall, a fence, a pole or a tree. Hardy plant.
Beautiful irregularly variegated foliage of 15 to 20 cm long. Hardy plant. Excellent both in the shade and in the sun, in any type of soils.
Mixed leaves of 4 to 6 cm long with different shape and marble. Excellent in any soils, both in the shade and in the sun.
Three lobed leaves of 3-5cm in diameter, evenly variegated. Less variegated in the shade. Excellent in any soil, exposed to the sun or in the shade.
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Catalogue Minier Solutions Pro 2019 - 2020
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