The Q&A Archives: Cross-Pollinating Different Holly Varieties

Question: There are several different varieties of Holly plants in the local stores. Will the male of one species pollinate the female of another? Joe Barton Indianapolis, IN

Answer: Hollies are not known for their "fidelity". A male and female of different varieties will cross-pollinate and produce berries, the way apple trees and squash varieties will.

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