Care of Transplanted Pear Tree

We transplanted a 4"-5" caliper Asian pear tree last fall. I was concerned if it can make it. Now the tree has sent some very healthy looking buds. The tree received quite a bit of cutting in the process, losing about 1/3 to 1/2 of the growth.

Now the question is that, should I just leave the tree to grow back the greens, or I can allow the tree to set some fruits. I know it is probably not a good idea to leave many fruits on.

Other than that, I’ll continue to keep the tree watered during the hot summer, and put down a little root stimulator…

If it was a big tree then I would let it grows this season so remove all the flower buds.

Tony

The tree will naturally abort the fruit, so there’s no real need to remove
the flowers.

This can save some of my labor…