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Black Sapote

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TanyaH starts with ...
I bought this Black Sapote over 5 years ago (from Bunnings in WA). It flowered last year but no fruit. It is flowering again this year. I have no idea if it is grafted or seedling, or which variety I have.
MY QUESTION - based on the photo of the flowers - do you think I have a self-fertilising variety, or just a male variety? Do I need to buy another tree and if so, any advice on what?
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30th September 2017 2:47pm
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Johhny says...
You will need two black sapotes to cross pollinate then you'll get fruit from both trees
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Waterfall says...
I have a seedling from Daleys which sets fruit on its own.
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ivepeters says...
Same here, have one and it fruits well, haven't seen one anywhere else around me.
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