Pollination is the process of pollen coming from a same species tree being physically added to the flowers of your tree by bees and other insects, to start the fruit growing process.
Some fruit trees are self-fertile or partially self-fertile - they do not require pollen from another tree to produce fruit - however they will carry larger crops when pollinated.
Trees that can pollinate one another are grouped according to the time they flower and produce pollen - cross pollinators are in bloom at the same time. Please note that fruit trees in neighbouring gardens will also suffice as pollinators.
Listed below are some pollination suggestions for trees within the Jubilee Woods range:
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