Where do pears grow?


Pears normally grow on pear trees, which grow well in sunny and sheltered sites that are away from frost pockets. They can be grown in pots or out in the garden in well drained and fertile soils. The trees can be found in cultivation in various countries across Europe.
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The common pear is most likely native to southeastern Europe and western Asia, including Asia Minor. There the tree easily matures 40 to 50 feet tall and 30 feet wide. Many taxonomists
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