Can you transplant a large Kiwi pair?

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  1. Davette

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    I have a fabulous, fruit-bearing kiwi here in Seattle, it produces little grape like kiwis. It is a MONSTER.. I have to prune it about 4 times a year. I'd like to get rid of it, but really don't want to kill it. My question is: A) Can you transplant a mature Kiwi without killing it, and B) How? Then there is alway the question of who would want this beauty. Any tips?
     
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    It can be transplanted...and I would want it!
     
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    I'd be happy to talk to you about it... I'm in Seattle.. 206-790-8734 diane
     
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    great...i called a moment ago, I canT wait to hear from you, I was thinking of looking around for a nursery to buy a hardy kiwi when I saw your post.

    Thanks, Scott~805-450-7162
     
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    Good Morning Scott,

    Thanks for your reply. If you are interested in the kiwis, how would you propose to get them? They are too big to ship. diane
     

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