Collection: Pear Trees

Pears have a place in our cold climate growing. Unfortunately the selection is small when finding pears at your local box stores and garden centres. Common pears such as the Ure, Golden Spice and Early Gold are alright but don't have the taste, quality and storage abilities of what we want out of a pear. We propagate and sell good quality pears. 

There is however a special way to harvesting pears. This is because they have to ripen out of the tree. If left to ripen on the tree, they will start to rot from the inside. While the pear still hard, take notice when the skin starts changing colour. This is when you can harvest them. Once harvested, store them on the kitchen counter at room temperature for up to several days or longer. To assess that your pear is ripe, apply gentle pressure on the flesh just below the stem. If it is soft but not too much, it is ready. You can place your pears in the fridge to stop them from further ripening. 

Pears should be planted 20 feet apart and prefer well drained fertile soil. Fruit production begins around 7 years on average for pears, we do however have some varieties which are precocious (early bearing).

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  • Beedle Pear
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  • Chizhovsky Pear
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  • Favoritka Pear
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  • Krasnobokaya Pear
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  • Krazulya Pear
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  • Marshal Zhukov Pear
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  • So Sweet Pear
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  • Vekovaya Pear
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