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I was just reading the Pinkabelle posting and it got me thinking about my apple trees ( their new) I have 2 Ballerina Apple trees - the polka and the charlotte. the charlotte has the polka listed as a cross pollinator but the polka doesn't have the charlotte listed as a cross pollinator. If one can pollinate the other does it work both ways or am I going to have to get another tree and squeeze it into the yard
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Delldgm
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Karina says...
The Fleming's website says that the charlotte can pollinate the polka if conditions are right and blooming coincides. So wait and see...

If you don't have room for another tree, you could always graft a cross-pollinator on to one branch.

Karina
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Leona says...
It works both ways.
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DellDGM says...
thanks to those who replied!
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