How long does a pear tree take to grow?

Answer did you but a grafted one from a nursery? if you did it should be 1-2 years old and will start producing fruit in 1-2 years, with luck it will then live for a good 80-100 years and still produse go... Read More »

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Can you grow an apple pear tree in southern Texas?

Yes, but with a few conditions. Pear trees require a dormancy period with temperatures below 45 degrees Fahrenheit (termed "chill") to reliably produce fruit. European pears require between 900 to ... Read More »

I would like to grow an Asian Pear tree from seeds and in a pot since I can't plant it, is it possible?

This is how you would start your tree from seeds.… would be possible to keep it inside but only as a dwarf unless your home is the size of a shop... Read More »

How long after planting will a pear tree bear fruit?

Pear trees can take up to eight years to begin bearing fruit. If you buy a young pear tree from a nursery, it usually takes two to four years for the tree to produce fruit.Source:Texas A & M Univer... Read More »

How long does it take a pecan tree to grow?

Most newer varieties of pecans take five to six years to mature enough to start producing pecans. Older varieties of pecan trees take longer. Pecan trees grow an average of 10 to 12 inches a year a... Read More »