Befurchtung: SIe befruchten sich nie selber. Deswegen muss in der Nähe ein andere Birnenbaum stehen. Wenn in Bienenflug entfernung keiner ist, sollten zwei unterschiedliche Sorten gepflanzt werden, damit die Befruchtung gewährleistet ist.
Verwertung: Von Kuchen über Porridge zum Eingemachten. Vieles ist möglich mit den Birnen. Auch auf meinem Blog folgen leckere Rezepte mit herbstlichem Obst.
A popular fruit, which is also available regionally in winter, from your own garden? Tempting? More information here.
"You add color to my life just lie this pear."Growth: Pear trees grow strongly and have a rather narrow crown. Trees can live up to 180 years, almost twice the age of an apple tree.
The wood of the trees is beautifully grained, which is in demand in furniture making and can be sold at a high price.
Taste: Pears from your own garden are tastier than those bought from the supermarket because the transport route is not included.
Location: full sun, warm and sheltered location
Soil: rich in humus, evenly moist, sandy loam.
Planting: Reserve a hole twice the size of the root ball. However, the surface of the root ball should be at ground level.
Care: The nutrient supply can be guaranteed with compost enriched with horn meal (approx. 100g). If the summer is dry, it must be watered regularly.
Pruning: After a good pruning, the harvest is larger in late summer. I advise you to visit this website, for example:https://www.mein-schoener-garten.de/gartenpraxis/nutzgaerten/birnbaum-wandern-42694.Fear: They never fertilize themselves. That's why there must be another pear tree nearby. If there is none within bee flight distance, two different varieties should be planted to ensure pollination.
Utilization: From cakes to porridge to preserves. A lot is possible with the pears. I also have delicious recipes with autumn fruit on my blog.