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Q.Pear Trees

Zone Stockton on Tees | Anonymous added on May 11, 2021 | Answered

Hello I planted two pear trees very close to each other, about 2 feet apart. They both also got planted closer to fence. They are more than a year old, so far good. Can I leave them like this or uproot and replant them?

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Answered on May 14, 2021

It may depend upon the variety you planted. If they're dwarf trees they will last longer being this cramped. If not, you may want to transplant them before they get too large. Even dwarf varieties generally need at least a few feet between them, so give this some thought.

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