How to prune a bradford pear tree?


Learning how to prune a Bradford pear tree will ensure that it provides you with fresh fruit for a number of years. Any branches that look diseased or dead should be pruned away. If you have any branches on the central trunk that are closer than 15 inches from each other, cut the weaker one away. If you notice that larger branches are being rubbed by smaller branches, cut these smaller branches away. Any water sprouts near the tree's base should be removed.
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How to Prune a Bradford Pear Tree
Bradford pear trees are a common garden fruit tree, prized for their ease of care and the fruit they produce. Pruning a Bradford pear is essential to keeping the tree growing and healthy. Pruning helps maintain the appearance of the tree and keep it... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
You should prune a bradford pear tree in the first few years after it is planted so that its branches to not become too large. You should remove any branches that are dead. You should also remove all the ones that are dying. You can find more information at
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