Are cornus kousa/ c. florida hybrids always fruitless?
I've been trying to learn about interspecific hybrids. (hope I'm calling it the right thing) Am I right in thinking that some have fruit and some don't? Persimmon crosses do have fruit but they're usually seedless, correct? Just wondering why the hybrid dogwoods don't produce seedless fruit also. Are they breeding them that way on purpose so they will have heavier flowers or is there no way to get fruit?
Also wondering if there's such a thing as a cornus mas/cornus kousa hybrid since those are both edible. How would I find out if such a cross would produce seedless fruit?