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It’s that time of the year when our usual rewards, other than the pleasure we derive from gardening, can be multiplied by growing fruit trees in our landscape, and most definitely organic Asian pears. This added feature is not difficult to achieve, even in small properties such as mine. The beautiful apple lookalike fruit with the texture of apples and the crispiness of pears ripen in mid to late September in my zone, are delicious, and very expensive to purchase in supermarkets, plus, you’re assure they are 100% organic.
Asian pears are practically insect and disease free, and espaliering them into an attractive form can easily be achieved to give an extra dimension to your garden. The beauty of these trees is that they are ornamental, easy to reach and can be planted along fences and walkways. In addition, they produce full size fruits, and abundantly, year after…
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