Pear Trees for sale
We are again offering a wide variety of pear trees. Compare the size and price of our trees to the competition. All pear trees will be available for delivery as bare root stock. It should also be noted that all pear trees require 2 trees for proper pollination.
A Special Note on Pears: In our write ups, some varieties refer to specific other varieties as the best companion pollinator. To set the record straight, ALL PEARS will serve as a pollinator for any other variety.
ALL Pears are Semi Dwarf except as noted and are priced as same as Apples.
ANJOU – Zone 5-8. An old time French variety with large russet fruit. Ajou has smooth texture der and juicy. A mid season ripener. Bartlett is a good pollinator.
BARTLETT – Zone 5-9. An old time favorite originating from England, trees produce large fruit, highly flavored and juicy. Excellent for fresh eating or canning. Ripens in September. Vigorous grower and bears young.
RED CLAPPS – Zone 4-8. Red Clapps is a cold hardy tree that produces large early season lemon yellow pears with red cheeks. An annual bearer, fruit is fine textured, juicy and delicately flavored. Excellent eating right off the tree.
Available: Semi-Dwarf, Regular, Big & XL
COMICE – Zone 2-8. An extremely cold hardy variety grown commercially in Canada. Pears are medium in size with a golden color. This dessert pear is sweet and juicy with luscious flavor.
LUSCIOUS- Zone 4-8. A product of South Dakota, fruit is juicy, sweet, medium to small and bright yellow. Ripens mid-September. Excellent dessert pear for the Northern Great Plains. Trees have good disease resistance.
PARKER – Zone 4-8. An introduction of the U. of Minnesota in 1934, it is an open pollinated seedling of Manchurian pear. Produces large yellow-bronze fruit that is fine grained, tender and juicy. Upright and vigorous, it is an excellent pollinator for Luscious.
PATTEN – Zone 4-8. Patten is one of the best pollinators for most other pear trees. Trees produce fruit of very good size and quality, tender and juicy.
SUMMERCRISP – Zone 4-8. Recognized as the hardiest pear ever to come from the U. of Minnesota. An annual bearer, fruit is medium size, yellow with red cheeks, flesh is white, crisp, sweet and juicy. Harvest in Mid-August A good selection for canning or eating fresh. This tree is very disease resistant.
All stock will be Reserved and Shipped on a First Come – First Served basis.