How does pollination lead to fertilization 1

Fertilizer fruit

The fertilization takes place by wind and bees. If there are many fruit trees nearby, it is usually not necessary to plant a pollinator, as one can assume that a suitable pollen donor is present.

Apples are not self-fertile. Pollen donors are required for adequate fertilization and yield generation. The flowering time of the pollen donor and the apple variety to be fertilized must match, they then fertilize each other.

item numbervarietyFertilizer
4774 Bio-active apple 'Aroma Best', 1 plant Gala (Item No .: 4790), Carnival, Goldparmäne
4787 Column apple 'Braeburn', 1 plant Gala (Art.No .: 4790), Carnival, Golden Delicious (Art.No .: 4782), Elstar, Idared
4782 Column apple 'Golden Delicious (Art.Nr .: 4782)', 1 plant Gala (Art.Nr .: 4790), Goldparmäne, Elstar, Idared, Cox's Orange, Jonathan, Granny Smith, Gloster, Summerred, Red Delicious
4715 Column apple 'Red River', 1 plant Gala (item no .: 4790), Golden Delious

Apricots are usually self-fertile fruit trees and do not need cross-pollinators.

Aronia: A pollinator is usually not necessary, but the yield is higher if another variety is nearby.

Blackberries are self-fertilizing. Cross-pollination does lead to better yields, but self-pollination is sufficient for home gardens, so that only one variety has to be planted.

Pears are sterile themselves and are therefore dependent on cross-fertilization. Only varieties that match in the flowering period are suitable for fertilization.

item numbervarietyFertilizer
4515Column pear 'Concorde (Art.Nr .: 4515)', 1 plantConference (Art.No .: 4801), Williams Christ
4785Column pear 'Doyenné du Comice', 1 plantConference (item no .: 4801), Williams Christ, Concorde (item no .: 4515), Gute Luise
4794Pillar pear 'Obelisk,', 1 plantConference (Art.No .: 4801), Concorde (Art.No .: 4515)
4006Miniature pear 'Bambinella', 1 plantConference (item no .: 4801), Clapps favorite

Cherrykose is self-fertilizing.

Cranberry: The flowers of one plant can self-fertilize, but more fruit will grow when fertilized by another plant.

Strawberries are self-fertilizing. The Mieze Schindler variety is purely female and therefore needs a pollinator (e.g. Senga Sengana).

Fourberry is self-fertilizing.

Goji are self-fruiting. You don't need a second plant for fertilization. Gojis bloom in July and rely on insect flight to produce fruit.

pomegranate is self-fertile.

blueberries are self-fertile, so one plant is sufficient. To increase the yield, we recommend planting other varieties.

Raspberries are sufficiently self-pollinating, but not just one variety should be planted. Cross-fertilization produces better fruit quality.

Elder: Although elderberry is self-fertile, another variety could improve the quality of fertilization and, in unfavorable flowering weather, also reduce the flowering of the umbels.

Currants are self-fertilizing. Pollination often takes place in the flower that has not yet opened. Nevertheless, the yield is favored by cross-pollination.

Persimmon is self-fertile.

Cherries: Most sweet cherries, with the exception of a few newer varieties, are self-sterile and therefore depend on the fertilization of other varieties.

item numbervarietyFertilizer
4518Column cherry 'Garden Bing', 1 plantself-fruiting
4783Column cherry 'Stella', 1 plantself-fruiting
4570Column cherries 'Sylvia (Art.No .: 4553) & Helena (Art.No .: 4565)', 2 plantsfertilize each other
4565Pillar sweet cherry 'Helena (Art.Nr .: 4565)', 1 plantSylvia (Art.No .: 4553)
4553Column sweet cherry 'Sylvia (Art.Nr .: 4553)', 1 plantHelena (Art.Nr .: 4565), Regina

Sour cherries are self-fertile and therefore do not need any pollinator varieties.

Kiwi fruit are partly self-fertile (e.g. Issai, Jenny or Solissimo) or you need female and male plants.

Mayberries are self-fertile. Planting different varieties increases fertilization and increases the yield.

Mirabelle plums are self-fertile and therefore do not need any pollinator varieties.

Mirabelle apricot is self-fertile.

Nectarines do not need a pollinator, they are self-pollinating.

Peaches are usually self-fertile fruit trees and do not need cross-pollinators.

Plum: Some varieties of plum can self-fertilize, while others cannot. Pay close attention to this and plan for additional trees if necessary. In general, trees that are pollinated by other people always produce a higher yield.

item numbervarietyFertilizer
4768Mini plum 'Golddust', 1 plantself-fruiting
4784Column plum 'Black Amber', 1 plantself-fruiting
4556Column plum 'Anja', 1 plantself-fruiting

Plumicosis: 50% of the flowers produce fruit themselves. You only need a pollinator to increase the yield. In case it has to be Prunus domestica, because Prunus salicinas blooms too early.

Quinces are self-fertilizing.

Sea buckthorn is not self-fertile. One male plant is enough for up to 6 female plants.

Gooseberries are self-fertilizing. Cross-pollination, however, brings better fruit set. This applies to all varieties. Therefore, not only because of the variety of flavors and the extension of the harvest time, it is best to plant several varieties.

Table grapes are self-fertilizing. The European vines are bisexual. That means: They have male stamens and a female ovary in each flower. With this they are able to fertilize themselves.

Tayberry is self-fertilizing.

Plum: Some varieties can self-pollinate, others cannot. Pay close attention to this and plan for additional trees if necessary. In general, trees that are pollinated by other people always produce a higher yield.

item numbervarietyFertilizer
4768Mini plum 'Golddust', 1 plantself-fruiting
4784Column plum 'Black Amber', 1 plantself-fruiting
4556Column plum 'Anja', 1 plantself-fruiting