Fuzzy kiwi - the most common type. They are about the size and shape of a large egg. The brown fuzzy skin is edible but most often removed. The flesh is usually bright green with tiny black seeds. Some varieties have golden flesh.
Hardy kiwi (kiwi berries or grape kiwi) - small, smooth skinned fruits, about 1-inch long. Skin may be green or purple-red depending on the variety. The inside usually looks like the fuzzy variety but can also be red or yellow. Sweeter and more aromatic than fuzzy kiwi. These do not store long and are usually available in September and October