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The Pear Tree

Pear Trees: Our range of Pear trees for sale has just been updated with even more tempting Pear tree varieties to choose from! A Pear tree is an investment that will bring productive joy for many years. So make sure that when buying Pear trees you buy from the best range of varieties available.

The Best Pear Trees

The best pears trees are home grown from your own tree and they are one of the most delectable of tree fruits. Popular commercial pears and tough skinned to avoid bruising during travel to the shop, but as gardeners producing our own dessert fruits, we have the real luxury of picking fully ripe, sweet, juicy, succulent fleshed fruits still warm from the sun. A large dessert Pear is a real treat when properly ripened on the tree.

Pear tree size

Pear tree size on maturity is dependent on the way they are grown and there are plenty of options to suit all gardens from fully dwarfing pear trees through to vigoorus larger trees, or those grown against a wall or trellis. Click on the Pear tree buyers guide above to read about the wide choice available.

Aside from the popular sweet juicy dessert Pears, we also offer Cooking Peartrees. These can be invaluable in the kitchen, used for crumbles, preserves, pies and for baking or bottling.

Pear tree dispatch

We dispatch the Pear Tree all year round, usually within 3-5 working days of receipt. Trees are supplied bare-root Autumn-Spring and in containers/ex container from late Spring to Autumn.

Growing Characteristics

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  • Vicar of Winkfield Pear Trees


    Culinary.  Pale green fruits ripening to soft chartreuse yellow, large, blocky and quite weighty. Must be left on the tree as long as possible, will continue to ripen in store and can be used after Christmas, often at it’s most flavourful in the Spring. Great for tarts, bottling, stewing and jams. A hardy and durable tree.  A Pollination group; Pollinate with Louise Bonne de Jersey, Shinsieki, Jargonelle, Williams, Conference etc. 

  • Louise Bonne De Jersey Pear Trees


    For picking early October, the large dessert fruits are yellow/green with pronounced red f lush. The delicious flesh is sweet and melting. A regular copper with strong, upright growth. The blossom is fairly frost tolerant and extremely beautiful in flower. A superb dessert pear, very fertile. One of the best pollinators is Conference.

  • Packhams Triumph Pear Trees


    For harvesting mid October and eating November and December. A most beautiful clear yellow pear, ripening with an orange flush. Outstanding for flavour, the sweet, juicy, tender flesh simply melts away. Compact, upright growth. Pollinate with Louise Bonne de Jersey, Conference, Durondeau etc.

  • Autumn Red Pear Trees


     A new addition to our range selected to fulfill the popularity of beautiful red Pears! Auutmn Red is a little later ripening than Sensation, has a good extra-sweet flavour and is pollinated by Beth, Concorde, Invincible, Williams Bon Chretien and Glou Morceau. Would appear to make a small, compact tree. 

  • Beurre Hardy Pear Trees


    (B) BEURRE HARDYSeason mid to late October. Pick when the fruits are hard and ripen in store. Medium to large fruits that have a good, sweet flavour. The flesh is white and juicy. A strong growing tree that is sometimes slow to come into bearing. Pollinators include: Conference, Onward, Beth, Improved Fertility etc. Hardy and reliable.

  • Cannock Pear Trees


    A useful new addition to our lists, Cannock is a small pale green-yellow pear which is ready for picking in September and use until December. It has a number of uses, including bottling, stewing and juice, but also as a dessert fruit if stored for long enough.

  • Conference Pear Trees


    For picking mid October and eating until late November but, with good storage, this variety will keep much longer. The medium sized fruits are long, dark green, changing to yellow-green with a brown russet. The flesh is creamy white and sometimes has a slightly pinkish tinge. The pleasant flavour is juicy and sweet. A very regular and heavy cropper that is partially self fertile, so if you are growing only one variety, this is the one for you. The trees are moderately vigorous, upright and fairly compact. Although self fertile, pollinators always improve the quality of the crop. Suitable pollinators…

  • Durondeau Pear Trees


    For eating October and November. The fruits are golden yellow with a red-brown russet. A popular eating variety and a very good flavour. Very fertile and ideal compact growth for the smallest garden. The fruits have the advantage of storing well. Durondeau is self fertile. For the best results, pollinate with: Louise Bonne de Jersey, Doyenne du Comice, Josephine, Beth, Conference Williams, Concorde or Gorham.

  • Fondant Dautomne Pear Trees


    A small spreading tree with beautiful red Autumn leaves and moderately sized smooth skinned olive green Pears Maturing from late September, they have a much coveted perfumed soft tender and juicy flesh. Yields well, a rare and valuable little pear.

  • Invincible Pear Trees


    NEW Truly Invincible by name and nature, a pear which will never let you down! You have never known a pear like it! The reason Invincible is so reliable is because, uniquely it produces 2 sets of blossom. So, during late frost years it will still produce a crop, when every other pear tree around is barren! The further advantage of this is that, if late frosts do not occur, Invincible will set 2 separate crops which then mature over a very long picking period. It is not unusual for Invincible to he harvested from the lst week of September…

  • Josepene De Malines Pear Trees


    For picking and storing to eat in December and January. A very reliable cropper that normally makes a smaller tree, with its weak to moderate, rather weeping habit. The blossom is fairly frost resistant and the fruits are rather small with a green/yellow skin and russet around the stalk. This variety excels for its truly remarkable flavour for eating around the Christmas period. The flesh is pink/white and so extremely tender and juicy. It is as well that Josephine de Malines has to be stored, as without this requirement, there would certainly be none left for this purpose. An exceptional…

  • Barney Pear Tree


     Introduced in 1992; this variety is very seldom offered for sale and represents a good addition to the range of culinary Pears available. Just a little different, this large conical Pear develops a beautiful rich red colouring when baked and also a rich, buttery flavour. The fruits are pale yellow/green with only a slight brown-red flush which makes the colouring of the cooked fruits even more surprising. A hardy and productive tree. Good pollinators include Josephine de Malines, Invincible, Onward, Concorde, Sensation etc.  Stock limited. 

  • Beth Pear Trees


    A very exceptional variety from East Malling Research Station. An early dessert eating variety with excellent texture and the most beautiful flavour. Medium size fruits for picking September through to October. Keeps well for an early variety. The texture of the fruits, with their white melting flesh and excellent flavour, has assured Beth of outstanding popularity. A very regular and heavy cropper. Pollinators include: Conference, Onward, Louise Bon de Jersey, Concorde etc. Highly recommended. All trees £1.00 extra to normal price.

  • Bristol Cross Pear Trees


    For eating late September and October. White, sweet flesh with a good flavour. A good crop from a tree with moderate, upright growth. Not a good pollinator for other varieties.

  • Clapps Favourite Pear Trees


    A very fertile and hardy variety with handsome yellow fruits that are flushed scarlet. Good upright growth. Picked and eaten in September. Pollinators include: Onward, Beth, Concorde etc.

  • Concorde Pear Trees


    A new variety, raised by the Institute of Horticultural Research, East Malling. Concorde is a superb, very heavy cropping variety, with a flavour to match the quality of the fruits. Raised from a cross between Conference and Doyenne du Comice, Concorde has inherited the reliability and easy growth of Conference with the influence of Doyenne to give a beautiful flavour. The fruits are medium to large, light green turning pale yellow as they ripen. The sweet. juicy flesh has a very good texture. Concorde is even more precious in its cropping than its parent, Conference. In trials at the National…

  • Doyenne Du Comice Pear Trees


    For picking and eating in late October/November and keeping into December or longer if stored, but this pear is so delicious there are unlikely to be any left for storing. The fruits are large, golden yellow, with some russetting and red flush. The creamy white, melting flesh is juicy with a superb rich flavour. An eating sensation. The trees are vigorous and fairly upright, preferring a warm and sheltered site. Given good pollinators this variety crops regularly and yields are good, ideal for a south wall or training as a cordon. Ideal pollinators are: Conference, Beth, Williams, Gorham, Dr Jules,…

  • Dr Jules Guyot Pear Trees


    A very early variety, that is ready for picking just after mid August for eating from late August onwards. An easy to grow variety with compact, upright growth, producing yellow fruits with a slight flush. Very juicy, tender flesh, with a sweet flavour. Ideal pollinators include: Conference, Durondeau, Fertility, Williams, Beth etc. Dr Jules Guyot is, itself, a very good pollinator for other varieties.

  • Glou Morceau Pear Trees


    For picking late October and storing for eating in December/January. A medium sized fruit that is green and turns to yellow when ripe in store. Very fertile and very reliable. An excellent flavourful storing variety. Excels in full sun. Pollinators include: Onward, Williams Bon Chretien, Beth, Winter Nellis etc.

  • Gorham Pear Trees


    Again selected for the exciting flavour. A popular sweet, musky flavour from the white and tender, melting flesh. Small to medium sized fruits that are pale yellow with a light russet. Good, upright growth. Ready for picking from mid September onwards, the fruits should be kept for about 5 days before eating which will improve the flavour even further. Pollinate with Beth, Onward, Conference or Williams etc. Gorham is a superb pollinator for other varieties.

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