asian pear blooming?

macmanmatty2(8b)October 2, 2012

I transplanted a large shinko asian pear in middle of august. The tree lost all of its leaves and when dormant for a few weeks. But About 3 weeks ago it went in to full leaf and bloom. It is now covered in very small asian pears. My question is will these ripen and will I get pears? Our average low winter temp is about 25 deg will fruit make through this if the tree never goes dormant?

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You probably will not get pears. I have planted pears late in the season and have had that happen. The cold weather will cause them to fall off.

    Bookmark   October 2, 2012 at 8:32AM
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