Pear trees will stop flowering for a number of reasons. Too much fertilizer encourages the plant to put its energy into leaves instead of fruit. Lack of sunlight can inhibit flowering, as can a sudden drop in temperature in the spring.
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Anne Baley is a writer and photographer living in Southeast Michigan. She has written numerous articles about places she has discovered while traveling throughout the United States. Baley's work has appeared in a variety of online outlets, including Endless Sunday.