Plants productive provided to plant male and female feet in the same neighborhood.

Fruit Trees
Tree of heaven, Ailanthus
Dove Tree, Davidia involucrata
Kentucky Coffee Tree, Gymnocladus
Maple, Acer
Honey locust, Gleditsia triacanthos
Ash, Fraxinus
Holly, Ilex
Katsura, Cercidiphyllum
Mulberry, Morus
Poplar, Populus
Willows, Salix

Common Juniper, Juniperus
Ginkgo biloba
English yew, Taxus

A decorative FRUIT

Ginnala Acer , cluster samaras
Acer negundo , samaras clear
Ailanthus altissima , dense clusters, July-April of next year
Alnus , small cones (2 cm), all winter Arbutus
Arbutus (strawberry sized) in October-December
Catalpa bignonoïdes , 30-50 cm of beans from October to April the following year Cornus, black berries in panicles
Crataegus , until peas red until December
Cydonia oblonga , fragrant yellow quinces until December
, recalling tomato fruit until November
Gleditsia triacanthos , 20-30 cm beans until April
Ilex aquifolium , red or yellow peas from August until April
Koelreuteria paniculata , clusters of small lanterns
Liquidambar styraciflua, fruit reminiscent of the plane at fall
Liriodendron tulipifera, scaly brownish cones throughout the winter
Maclura pomifera, a sort of orange, yellow-green ripening from May to ; October
Malus, small red or yellow apples until December
Paulownia tomentosa, cluster of capsules all winter
Platanus, glomeruli (balls) which release their seeds in spring hairy
Rhus typhina, red-purple cones at the ends of branches
Sorbus, diverse clusters of red fruits from July to November

Cedrus, cones prepared from 10 cm at maturity in late
Larix, cone drawn 3-4 cm throughout the year
Pinus, fall cone visible all year
Taxus, red arils from July to November
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