Starting an Orchard. Learn where to plant your fruit trees, how to prune them, harvesting techniques, and more.

Starting an Orchard. Learn where to plant your fruit trees, how to prune them, harvesting techniques, and more.

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Your venture in growing pears could benefit from this guide to the planting, pruning, protection, and harvesting of pear trees.

Your venture in growing pears could benefit from this guide to the planting, pruning, protection, and harvesting of pear trees.

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A great benefit of the Bradford Pear is that it is a rapid grower, achieving a 12 to 15 feet increase in height over an 8- to 10-year period. Bradford Pear trees are shallow-rooted and will tolerate most soil types.

A great benefit of the Bradford Pear is that it is a rapid grower, achieving a 12 to 15 feet increase in height over an 8- to 10-year period. Bradford Pear trees are shallow-rooted and will tolerate most soil types.

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Linear flowering pear tress (Chanticleer) and boxwood.  I prefer a hedge to the rounded boxwoods.

Linear flowering pear tress (Chanticleer) and boxwood. I prefer a hedge to the rounded boxwoods.

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Pruning Fruit Trees - I had a weak crotch split my pear tree in half last winter. This is definitely what I needed to see!

Pruning Fruit Trees - I had a weak crotch split my pear tree in half last winter. This is definitely what I needed to see!

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This is a guide about caring for a pear tree. Growing your own fruit trees can be very rewarding, but there may be questions and concerns on appropriate care along the way.* need for pear tree out front, pin now read later*

This is a guide about caring for a pear tree. Growing your own fruit trees can be very rewarding, but there may be questions and concerns on appropriate care along the way.* need for pear tree out front, pin now read later*

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