Answer: When tiny fruits abort, it means they have not been properly pollinated. If there are no insects visiting the flowers, pollen won't be transferred. You can try pollinating the open flowers by hand. Use a soft artist's paintbrush and visit each open flower, gently dusting the insides of each flower. With any luck you will transfer pollen and each flower will develop into a fruit. Best wishes with your project!
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