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Do pears grow in coastal lower north coast (Tea Gardens) areas?
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phil@tyalgum says...
There are a number of low chill varieties available these days, worth seeking out. Nashi pears will also do reasonably well, just do an internet search and you should find some links. I have a "e;Myra"e; subtropical pear, described as self pollinating, located north of Byron Bay
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