Many types of hollies can pollinate it and if there are hollies nearby that is generally sufficient to take care of the task of providing pollen. Many times these hollies will produce berries on their own without a male type nearby, however the presence of a male will increase set of berries. The "blue holly" nearby should do the trick however watch the plants closely and make sure that this holds true. You could always plant another later on if berry set fails to be sufficient a year or two down the line, but I doubt that this is necessary.
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