You must be familiar with the sweet taste of the pear fruits. The refreshing fruits are simply so exquisite. If you want to be able to grow your own pear tree so that you can taste the harvest of your garden, then you should try it. After all, growing the pear trees can be such a rewarding experience for any gardener. However, before you decide to plant the pear trees at your own home garden, you need to consider the size of the pear tree.
You need to make sure that you have plenty of space for the pear tree to grow. After all, a pear tree can grow to up to forty feet. Therefore if you do not have the space, you need to consider to plant the pear dwarft or semi dwarf tree instead. As for the variety, you may have to consider some varieties, but Bartlett would be one of the most common one for any homes. And then, you will also need to consider whether you will be growing the tree from seeds or from crops of young trees.
If you have found the perfect one, then the next thing to do is to plant the tree. At this phase, you will need to make sure that you found the perfect place for the tree. The pear trees need full sun and they need the sun for at least 6 to 8 hours on daily basis. The pear tree should also not in the shade of other trees. This is the requirement for all the pear trees as at all ages. Remember that the caring for the tree is easier when you do the right planning beforehand.
In the planting process, you should first dig the hole until it is on the right depth and width. Mix plenty of compost to the soil because the pear will need all the nutrients in the soil. Then, you should put the tree from its current container and place it inside the hole. Make sure that the tree is planted at the same level as it was when it is inside the container. While plating it, make sure that you gently spread the roots so that each of the roots is not on top of each other. Afterwards, fill the hole with amended soil. As mentioned before that the tree needs watering when they are young, make sure you water it regularly until the root is established in the current position of the soil.