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Q: Can pear trees pollinate apple trees?
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Can a pear tree pollinate with a plum tree?

Any plant can pollinate with any plant. Just so long as there's bees there. Bees accidentally get pollen from other plants on there feet and can ACCIDENTALLY cross-pollinate. So, yes, a pear CAN pollinate with a plum tree.


Example of trees?

ash oak elm birch yew willow monkey apple pear


Can a standard apple tree pollinate a semi dwarf apple tree?

Yes. They are the same species and the same trees. The difference is the grafted on root system. However, the two varieties must have flowering times that overlap, otherwise they will not pollinate.


What plants store foods in fruits?

Some trees like apple and avocado pear trees store extra food in their fruit.


If you had a pair of apples but a pear of a pair and an apple of a pair and you got a bunch of pears from your apple tree or u got ur pair of no pear on ur normal pear tree how many pears do u have?

2 One, pears do not grow on apple trees one is 1/2 of a pair.


Can Semi Dwarf Bartlett Pear Trees Pollinate each other?

I believe that Bartlett Pears can self polinate. As in one tree. If you have 2 trees, well, the more the merrier, but a polinator is not needed.


What are all the types of hardwood trees?

Cherry, apple, pear and other fruit trees, also other deducious trees (trees that lose their leaves in winter) like oak.


What is half an apple and pear called?

half an apple and pear obviously!