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Buyers Guide for 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 you choose from the best range of Peartree varieties available. 

The best pears 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 real treat. 

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 Peartree buyers guide above to read about the wide choice available. 

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(A) Packhams Triumph Pear Trees

(A) 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...

(B) Beurre Hardy Pear Trees

(B) Beurre Hardy Pear Trees

(B) BEURRE HARDY Season 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...

(B) Conference Pear Trees

(B) 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...

(B) Invincible Pear Trees

(B) 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...

(B) Josepene De Malines Pear Trees

(B) 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...

(C) Doyenne Du Comice Pear Trees

(C) 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...

(C) Winter Nellis Pear Trees

(C) Winter Nellis Pear Trees

The fruit should be harvested in late October or early November and stored for eating November, December and January. First class fruits have been enjoyed even as late as March. To enjoy the fruits at...