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Pear Tree Description/Background
Pears can live for at least 50 years. These trees are more upright and vertical than apple trees.
Pears in the New World
Pear trees were planted early in Colonial America by Europeans.
Pedro and Other Walnut Varieties
Home gardeners can choose from a number of walnut tree varieties. Some are more hardy than others. Here are some outstanding varieties.
Pendolino, Picual, and Other Olive Varieties
Pendolino, Picual, and Sevillano are only some of the olive varieties that are grown in the U.S.
Perennials Book Reviews
Perennials are among the most versatile plants. They can even be used in container gardens. Here are some books that will help gardeners choose and grow these plants.
Oh, the joy of having an older home. Itīs the perfect opportunity to grow heirloom plants in period landscapes.
Perry pears have been in use for several thousand years. These pear trees are easy to grow.
Persian Catmint as Perennial of the Year 2007
Walker's Low Persian catmint is a delightful perennial, which has been named the 2007 Perennial of the Year.
Pests and Diseases of Pears
A number of different pests and diseases can occur on pears. The most common problems are fire blight and codling moth.
If youīre looking for award winning perennials, Phlox David canīt be beat.
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