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Planting a pear tree can add beauty to your landscape with its flowering limbs.

To plant a pear tree, you will need to find one that is perfect for your landscape. You may visit an online nursery, and they will assist you with any questions that you may have.

Pear trees are not complex to get to grow. Choose a healthy-looking pear tree to begin with, and it will thrive. Make sure that the pear tree you choose to plant is at least 6 feet high. Pear trees will make a lovely border around a yard or add beauty to any landscape you are working on. Pears are also a very delicious fruit and are also full of vitamins; it would be great to go out into your backyard and pull a pear from your very own tree to consume. That usually means that it is at least two years old and its roots will be stronger. It is better to plant more than one pear tree since these trees pollinate themselves. Plant your pear tree anywhere from 20 to 25 feet apart to give them plenty of room to grow. These trees love the sun, so they will do well in an area that receives sun all day. The pear trees will do well if planted after the final form of the season, usually in the springtime. The professional staff at will be glad to assist you with any questions about planting a pear tree. You may also wish to call them at 1-931-692-4252 with any questions that you may have.

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