Non-fruiting male Cudrania variety with male flowers. Pollenizer of female Cudrania varieties such as Norris, Darrow and Seedless. Planted with a female variety at a distance of 4 - 5 m. Male trees are smaller and more compact than female trees.
The male flowers turn yellow as the pollen ripens and is released, while the wind-pollinated female flowers develop many small stigmas over the surface of the unripe fruit.
Pollination: the pollenizer does not produce any fruit, but without its flowers the female Cudrania produces no yield. If you have a female Che that is not producing well or dropps all its fruit, then plant a pollinator Che within 4 - 5 meters of the female plant.