self-fertile


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self-fertile

(sĕlf′fûr′tl)
adj.
Having the property of fertilizing itself; capable of self-fertilization.
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Temptation' is a recently is a recently T introduced self-fertile cultivar of this popular shrub.
If you only have room for one holly then you must grow a self-fertile variety such as the popular Ilex aquifolium J C van Tol.
originated from a cross between AA10-40, a self-fertile, bronze-fruited selection with medium-sized berries, and CD8-81, a self-fertile, black-fruited selection with larger berries.
Asian pears, also known as Oriental pears, are gaining in popularity due to the fact that they are self-fertile (although as with most fruits, larger harvests can be expected with two different varieties), and that they are juicy with a crisp flesh, even when fully ripe.
When it comes to plums, no variety can match self-fertile `Santa Rosa' for ease of growing and steady crops, even if it does tend to bear in alternate years, especially when it goes into decline after about 15 years.
intestinalis, several solitary ascidians of the families Ascidiidae and Corellidae are self-fertile (Svane and Young, 1989).
oApricot Tomcot: This self-fertile variety forms a compact tree, producing very large apricots which ripen in mid-August.
Remember; unlike crossbreeding plums, sweet cherries, and many apples and pears, the sour cherries are fully self-fertile.
Only occasionally do we get a female that's self-fertile.
To our delight," says Rines, "we not only got haploid oat plants, but haploid oat plants that were self-fertile.
If you have space for just one vine, buy the self-fertile 'Blake'.