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Leaves on patio pear tree are like this.  Does anyone know what to treat this with.  It was planted last year.

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  • @home 587 Sorry your post has nt been answered. This will bring it to the top. If it’s in a pot on a patio it needs a pot large enough, feeding, the top inches replaced with good quality jI compost and really looking after it. It looks as though it’s deficient in some kind of mineral. Maybe someone will come up with the answer for you. Cheers Valerie 
  • Gardengirl..Gardengirl.. Posts: 4,134
    Same problem with my pear but in soil at allotment like blisters not sure what it is ones in pots in garden all ok for me and came from same place

    just looked up blister could be this https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=661

    Hampshire Gardener
  • Kitty52Kitty52 Posts: 115
    Yes it does look like small pink blisters.  On reading the info on rhs I wonder whether it will go away in the winter months or just lie dormant till next year.
  • Kitty52Kitty52 Posts: 115
    Valerie it is in a large pot and have fed it this year.  It may be the mite - time will tell. Thanks for your response.
  • Gardengirl..Gardengirl.. Posts: 4,134
    mine had same thing a bit year before but did not look up anthing - I have decided to remove the few infected leaves on my pear to see if it helps
    Hampshire Gardener
  • Kitty52Kitty52 Posts: 115
    Another question about this pear tree.  It is still growing but has never had any flowers or fruit last year or this.  The variety is Lilliput.  Should I cut this down at some stage and see what happens next year? Any advice please.
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