Prolific and long-lasting, pear trees are as lovely as they are delicious. Fragrant blooms in mid-late spring are followed by fall fruits. 

Plant in moist, well-drained soil for best results. Pear trees are overall adaptable, but will not tolerate heavy clay soil or overly wet conditions. Unlike many other fruit trees, pears have few pest or disease issues and are a good option for gardeners looking to avoid chemical inputs. Prune in late winter - early spring to increase air flow and maximize sunlight penetration to canopy.

Pear trees are self-sterile, and thus should be planted in groups of two or more varieties for good fruit yield. Harvest fruits when they are mature but not fully ripe, then spread indoors to ripen fully.


Ure Pear

Hardiness Zones: 3 - 7

Exposure: Full Sun

Mature Size: 15-20' tall, 10-12' wide

Fruit: Small, greenish-yellow fruits that are juicy and suitable for fresh eating, baking, cooking, or preserving. Harvest in September.

Pollinate with Golden Spice

 

Golden Spice Pear

Hardiness Zones: 3 - 7

Exposure: Full Sun

Mature Size: 12-15' tall, 8-10' wide

Bloom Color: Small, yellow fruits with a slight blush of red. Firm, best suited for canning or baking. Harvest late August - early September.

Pollinate with Ure

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