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Well instead of grafting males, which won’t produce fruit, I decided to graft Meader Persimmons, which grow male and female flowers in the same tree. This meader if planted next to the Morse grafted female Persimmon will pollinate BOTH trees and BOTH trees will have fruit. The two varieties will have different fruiting characteristics more like TWO times a charm. I really like how you’re thinking though.