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Posted by marymarie WV (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 21, 09 at 15:16

I have a silly question. I want to grow blueberries in a pot. Do I need two plants to get fruit or will one be enough to produce fruit? Also, What about Kiwis?
Thanks Mary

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Blueberries and Kiwis

Blueberries require cross-pollination with another variety for the best fruit production. Always plant more than one variety.

Kiwifruit produce male and female flowers on separate plants. For cross-pollination you must plant at least one male and one female plant. One male can pollinate up to eight surrounding females.

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RE: Fruit/Veggies

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