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It appears the tree is about to lose all its leaves. On the other hand, I don't see any dehydration signs in the trunk and branches (branch and trunk bark would have became gnarled by now if that was the case). This may be just its reaction to the shock (handling in the nursery, replanting, possible inadvertent root damage, environment change). In other ...


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Overwatering is not likely the issue - pear trees are known for their ability to survive in wetter areas than say apples, peaches or cherries. The drought situation is another matter entirely. If the tree came from a reputable source and you paid a fair price for it then share your experience with the supplier. They may be able to assist under a warranty ...


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