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Kiwi, with its emerald-green flesh and tiny black seeds, is a tropical delight. It's not just a treat for your taste buds but a powerhouse of vitamins.

The classic green kiwi, scientifically known as Actinidia deliciosa, is the one that started it all. It boasts a rough, brownish-green skin that hides its vibrant emerald green flesh speckled with tiny, edible black seeds. Known for its tangy-sweet flavor, this variety is a nutritional powerhouse, packed with vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin E, and dietary fiber.

The Classic Green Kiwi

Meet the golden kiwi, also known as Actinidia chinensis or yellow kiwi. With its smooth, bronze skin and luscious, golden interior, it's a sweeter, less tart alternative to the green kiwi. These little orbs of sunshine are bursting with vitamins and minerals, making them a delectable and nutritious treat.

The Golden Kiwi

For those seeking something truly unique, the red kiwi, also known as Actinidia melanandra, is a rare gem. This distinctive variety is smaller in size with a smooth, reddish-brown skin and vibrant red flesh. Its flavor is a delightful blend of sweetness and tartness, creating a mouthwatering sensation.

The Red Kiwi

Don't let their size fool you! Baby kiwis, also known as kiwi berries or Actinidia arguta, may be petite, but they're packed with flavor. These tiny, smooth-skinned kiwis are about the size of a grape and can be eaten whole, skin and all. Their flavor is sweet and slightly tangy, reminiscent of their larger counterparts.

The Baby Kiwi

Arctic kiwis, or Actinidia kolomikta, are known for their ability to withstand colder climates, making them a hardy choice for northern gardeners. These small, elongated fruits have a striking variegated skin and a sweet-tart flavor profile. Enjoy them fresh or use them in jams and preserves. Arctic kiwis add a touch of uniqueness to your fruit collection.

The Arctic Kiwi

Silver vine kiwis, also called Actinidia polygama, are a lesser-known variety with a distinct flavor. The skin of these small, oval fruits is covered in fine silver-white hairs, giving them a unique appearance. Their flavor is a delightful combination of sweet and sour, making them a captivating choice for adventurous eaters.

The Silver Vine Kiwi

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