The petite pear tree in my garden, which bloomed with exquisite rose-white flowers in March, is now displaying its baby pears. These small fruits are light enough to stand upright on the branches. There is an abundance of them. I have learned from past experience that a few will drop off, but a significant number will endure, necessitating the support of the branches in July and August. However, at present, everything is splendid, except for the fact that the tree, being in a pot, requires regular watering. This time, I also included some details of the garden background in my painting.