A Korean pear is the fruit of the Pyrus pyrifolia tree. It is a fruit that resembles an apple in shape and is golden in color. The fruit is both crunchy and juicy. More »

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Prune a pear tree by cutting off competing leader branches, removing damaged and diseased wood, and trimming suckers and whorls. Finish by thinning the branches. You need a pair of pruning shears, metal pegs and some rop... More »

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Several varieties of pear trees are fruitless; the Bradford, Cleveland select and Jack varieties are common fruitless pear cultivars in the United States. Pear trees that don't bear fruit require little maintenance and a... More »

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Plant a white flowering pear tree in full sun and moist, well-drained soil. If planting more than one tree, space the tree at least 15 feet apart to make room for the canopy once the trees have matured. Place a 3-inch la... More »

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A Canadian cherry tree, also known as the chokecherry tree or Canada red cherry tree, is a small ornamental tree that produces oval leaves and small bitter fruit that ranges in color from red to black. More »

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If a tree is currently bearing fruit, examining its fruit can be one of the easiest ways to identify the tree. For this reason, fruit is one of the first things to look for when trying to determine the species of a parti... More »

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To identify a tree's species, look for its leaf, fruit, cone or needle in a tree species guide, such as the one at Arborday.org. When leaves are shed during the winter, examine other parts of the tree, such as twigs and ... More »

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