Do kieffer pear trees need a pollinator?

Answer Although the Kieffer pear (Pyrus communis), does not need a pollinator in order to set fruit, it is recommended that you have two pear trees to ensure proper pollination. If other pear trees on yo... Read More »

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How to Grow Kieffer Pear Trees?

Growing fruit trees at home can be a soothing, rewarding hobby as well as fresh source of tasty food for your family. Kieffer pear trees are a relatively easy species to grow at home; they are larg... Read More »

How do I prune a kieffer pear tree?

Prune Leader BranchesPrune a kieffer pear tree in winter to ensure it produces fruit in the growing season. Use sharp secateurs and cut back leader branches by 20 to 30 inches, depending on the siz... Read More »

Do plum trees need a pollinator?

Plum trees of Japanese, European and North American (hybrids) origins are currently grown in the United States. Most, but not all, of these trees need an insect pollinator (usually a bee) in order ... Read More »

Do peach trees need a pollinator?

Most peach tree varieties are self-fruitful and do not require a separate pollinator. Exceptions to this rule include the J. H. Hale, Stark Honeydew Hale and any Stark Hale Berta Giant, all of whic... Read More »