Tons and Tons of Vincent Kiwis!

Okay, maybe not tons, but at least 50 or 60 lbs. of Kiwis, is my guess at this point. Although in past years, I have grumbled and griped a lot about the lack of pollination on my Kiwi vines, this … Continue reading

Adding More Plants To The Edible Landscape

  I actually didn’t get as many new edible plants and trees this winter or spring as I have in past years, but I still probably got more than I really have room for.  Basically, my small urban backyard is … Continue reading

Spring Update: Kiwis, Berries, Cherries, and More…

    By Southern California gardening standards, we are already half way through Spring, and as usual, the Hanbury edible landscape and ornamental garden continues to evolve.  Every winter and Spring I change out things that under performed or plant … Continue reading

Low Sugar Kiwi Strawberry Jam from Home Grown Vincent Kiwis

This past growing season, despite the fact we only had a half dozen male flowers on the Kiwi vines, we still had a bountiful crop of Vincent Kiwis, way more than the previous year when we only had two male … Continue reading

Long Awaited Kiwis

I planted the male and Vincent (female) kiwi vines in January of 2004, and we have been patiently waiting for our first fruits.  George, the dog, accidentally root pruned the female vine a little more than two years ago and … Continue reading