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I am looking for a European variety of pear tree that cross-pollinates with an Asian pear tree. I thought I'd heard that Bartlett pear trees can pollinate an early blooming Asian pear. Is this right? Excerpt: "Pollination: Asian pear varieties are partially self-fruitful but better crops are set where two or more varieties are planted together. In Fresno and Tulare counties, 20th Century or Shinseiki are known to set good crops when planted alone in large one-variety blocks. In areas with cooler temperatures at bloom-time, cross-pollination by European or Asian pear varieties will be necessary.
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Pollinator necessary for Asian Pear?

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Pollinator necessary for Asian Pear?

The two species of pear trees are Asian pear Pyrus serotina and European pear Pyrus communis. Most pear trees need cross-pollination from nearby pollen sources of common trees, but some pear trees usually do not need cross-pollinators to produce fruit because they are self-fruitful. Both pear tree species have self-fruitful cultivars. Even some self-fruitful pear trees, however, may need cross-pollinators to produce fruit when they are planted in areas where their blooming period occurs during cool temperatures. Most fruit trees depend on insects and wind to transfer pollen from their flowers' male reproductive parts to female parts. All fruit-bearing trees need pollination to produce fruit. The anthers in fruit tree blooms contain pollen, and the pistils develop fruit.
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How to Plant and Grow Asian Pear Trees

For some reason I thought it was ok to plant one single Asian Pear. If I do purchase a pollinator do I have to plant it now even though they don't bear fruit for several years? I don't even know if I'll be in this house in several years; if I was couldn't I plant the pollinator at that time - in years? I know it would have less blossoms than the one planted a few years earlier but how many blossoms are needed to pollinate? If your Asian pear is self-fertile then one is enough.
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Asian pears are a sweet, edible fruit produced by an Asian pear tree Pyrus pyrifolia. Asian pears are grown primarily in China, Korea, and Japan, where they have traditionally been planted and bred for over years. In the 's Asian pears were introduced Flushing, NY and made their way with immigrants and settlers in the s to California - where they have become a valuable and popular crop. Asian pears can be divided into two types: the mild, sweet, smooth-skinned kind and the more intensely flavored, russeted types. There are hundreds of varieties of Asian pears, so it's important that you choose the right ones for your area!
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