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Hi,

I am wondering what does the following sentence mean?

I picture two things: one is that each fruit has different kinds of trees and so more than three trees are there.

The other picutre is that only three trees -- one plum tree, one apple tree, and one pear tree -- are there.

Is one of my guesses right?

And the singular form of 'tree' in the sentence makes me doubt whether it is an error for the plural form 'trees' or whether there is another meaning in the singular form.

If there's anyone who would tell me their opinion, I would welcome it.

Thanks for your comments in advance!

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All varieties of plum, apple, and pear tree grow well.
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The last sentence below the dot lines is the one I hope to know the meaning.

That is: " All varieties of plum, apple, and pear tree grow well."
Sorry, I missed that bit.

It means there are many trees. Several varieties of plum tree. Several varieties of apple tree. Several varieties of pear tree.
Nona The BritIt means there are many trees. Several varieties of plum tree. Several varieties of apple tree. Several varieties of pear tree.

Do you mean there're many different kinds of plum trees, different kinds of apple trees and different kinds of pear trees? So there're more than 3 kinds of tree?
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In the location being discussed, all types of apple tree will grow well. Granny Smith apple trees will grow well. Fuji apple trees will grow well. Red Delicious apple trees will grow well.

In this location, all types of plum and pear tree also grow well.