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starking delicious pear tree

Posted by grape-2006 6a (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 18, 13 at 11:58

will my 2 year old starking delicouis pear tree bloom next year

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RE: starking delicious pear tree

No one can answer that. It might not. Pears can be late producing.

RE: starking delicious pear tree

I planted one November 2010. I don't expect anything but growth this season. All my pears are substantially behind the rest of the fruits in establishing themselves. I also have Bartlett, Moonglow & Seckel. I would categorize them all as slow growers compared to the apples, peaches and plums. Chad

RE: starking delicious pear tree

That one does bear young- early bartlett type. On anything but quince will still require at least 4 years.

RE: starking delicious pear tree

Mine is 5 years old and it looks like I'll get my first fruit this year.

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