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Reply to Laura Ojeda Melchor 1 month ago.



Oct 29, You may be wondering: can pear trees be grown from stem cuttings? While it’s not an easy task, the answer is a resounding yes. Plus, by rooting a cutting, you will grow a clone of the parent tree.





So if you want a satisfying and wallet-friendly way to propagate pear trees, this guide will walk you through the process. Here’s what I’ll cover:Reviews: 4. Oct 19, Most pear tree propagation is done through rootstock grafting, but with the proper care, growing pear trees from a cutting is possible.

That said, I think it is advisable to start multiple cuttings to ensure that at least one will live. Taking Pear Cuttings. When taking pear cuttings, only take from a healthy tree. Ask permission first, of course, if you are using someone else’s tree (Suzanne, if you see this, may I have a few cuttings from your pear tree?).Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. You can grow pear trees in North Florida and parts of central Florida relatively easy. Those in the southern parts of the state will struggle to produce fruit due to a low number of chill hours.

Choose low chill hour varieties like FLoridahome, Hood, Kieffer, and Pineapple. Growing pears in Florida can be done, you probably have a few extra questions shrubchopping.pwted Reading Time: 6 mins. Dec 08, For the home gardener, growing pear trees from cuttings is a simple project that will give you fresh pears for years to come. Cut a pear tree branch with a thickness and diameter similar to a pencil, using a sharp knife, at a degree angle in late fall.

Make sure the pear branch you cut is on the current year's growth and is at least 6 to 8 inches long.





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