Gallery of Autumn Leaves

Portraits of
Actinidia arguta



This is the female kiwi vine in early October.
It began turning yellow ahead of the male vine
though both were growing in proximity
to one another in pretty much identical conditions.


A week or two after the female had turned
autumn yellow, so did the male vine shown here.
By the tail end of October both vines will have
their leaves increasingly browned or completely
fallen to the ground, where we let them
remain as a natural mulch.

Read more about this vine on the
Actinidia arguta Page

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