I recently bought (by mistake) a variety of cherry tree (Ohio beauty) that is not self-pollinating. I live in the city, in the 15th floor, and I have a large balcony on which I want to grow a few potted fruit trees (for instance, I already have a lemon tree and a dwarf pear tree).
I could probably return the tree. However, I am considering a second option. If I were to buy a second (dwarf, self-pollinating) cherry tree, would that give a reasonnable chance to get cross pollination with the Ohio beauty one? And if so, any particular variety I should chose or avoid?
As a side note to that question, I realized that the Ohio beauty cherry tree I bought is also not a dwarf variety. If I put in say a 100L pot, with otherwise good conditions (watering, fertilizer, good exposition), would it be reasonnable to expect the cherry tree to grow healthily? (not expecting a miraculous yield, of course).