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Cordon Pear Trees

Pear trees, like apple trees, are easy to grow and suffer with very few problems. Cordons should be restricted to 1.8-2.4m (6-8ft) in height and can be spaced 60cm (2ft) apart. Choose a sunny, sheltered site. To ensure rapid establishment, cordon pear trees are supplied bare-rooted and will be 1.2-1.5m (4-5ft) high on despatch. Trees are available from late November to late April.

 

Don't forget to include tree stakes and ties on your order. All young fruit trees require staking and for better establishment we strongly advise using Rootgrow when planting (as recommended in RHS planting guidelines).

 


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Cordon Pear 'Beth'
£23.50Cordon Pear 'Beth'An excellent pear for small gardens as it produces a small compact tree. The small-medium yellow fruits are smooth skinned with creamy white, very juicy melting flesh. A reliable and heavy cropper producing fruit from a young age. Suitable for the north.Buy Now
Cordon Pear 'Beurre Hardy'
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Cordon Pear 'Beurre Hardy'Raised in 1820, this is one of the finest flavoured dessert pears and an excellent choice for the garden. The medium-large fruits are soft and juicy and almost completely covered in bronze russet. Sweet and aromatic with a hint of rosewater. Heavy cropping. Resistant to scab. The blossom is frost resistant but the tree requires a warm location.Buy Now
Cordon Pear 'Concorde'
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Cordon Pear 'Concorde'An excellent pear often grown commercially and suitable for most locations. Raised from a cross between Doyenné du Comice and Conference, it has inherited the best attributes from both its parents. The medium-large pale green fruits have a smooth, juicy flesh with a sweet pleasant flavour. Suitable for dessert and culinary use. Crops heavily and reliably from an early age.Buy Now
Cordon Pear 'Conference'
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Cordon Pear 'Conference'Over 100 years old, this is the best known and most popular pear variety in the UK, suitable for most locations. The long narrow fruits are firm and juicy with a sweet, pleasant flavour. Suitable for dessert and culinary use. Reliable and heavy cropping.Buy Now
Cordon Pear 'Doyenne du Comice'
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Cordon Pear 'Doyenne du Comice'Raised in 1849, this is one of the finest flavoured and most popular dessert pears. Produces large green-yellow fruits, sometimes with a red flush. The flesh is smooth and very juicy with a sweet, delicious flavour. The tree requires a warm location in order to crop well.Buy Now
Cordon Pear 'Humbug'
£27.95Cordon Pear 'Humbug'This very unusual green, yellow and pink striped pear offers something very special for the garden. In its native country (the Ukraine) it is known as the ‘Easter Pear’ as it is traditionally stored through winter and paraded as a table decoration before eating at Easter time to celebrate the onset of spring. The fruits can be used for dessert and culinary purposes. It has a sweet and juicy texture despite its thick skin. The tree has good disease resistance and even the young shoots appear striped during the winter.Buy Now
Cordon Pear 'Invincible'
£25.95Cordon Pear 'Invincible'A new dual-purpose pear which is very reliable and ideal for colder locations. The tree will often produce a second flowering after a heavy frost - hence its name ‘Invincible’. Heavy cropping from an early age, the fruits are very large with sweet, juicy flesh. Suitable for dessert and culinary purposes.Buy Now
Cordon Pear 'Louise Bonne of Jersey'
£23.50Cordon Pear 'Louise Bonne of Jersey'Rated very highly for its flavour, this French variety dates back to the early 18th century. The medium sized fruits are pale green-yellow with a deep red flush. The flesh is tinged pink, totally smooth, juicy and very sweet. The blossom has good frost resistance. A reliable cropper, suitable for the north.Buy Now
Cordon Pear 'Onward'
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Cordon Pear 'Onward'An excellent dessert pear with a Comice-like flavour but much more reliable. The medium sized fruits have a smooth pale green-yellow skin. The flesh is fine, soft and juicy with an excellent sweet flavour. Heavy cropping and reliable. Suitable for the north.Buy Now
Cordon Pear 'Packham's Triumph'
£23.50Cordon Pear 'Packham's Triumph'An Australian heirloom variety, raised in 1897. Produces heavy crops of medium sized golden-green pears. The flesh is fine and juicy with a melting texture and sweet musky flavour. Stores well. The tree has a compact growth habit and is therefore ideal for smaller gardens.Buy Now
Cordon Pear 'Sensation'
£26.95Cordon Pear 'Sensation'A sport of Williams’ Bon Chretien producing medium sized fruits with red skin. The creamy-white flesh is melting and juicy with a fine texture. Heavy cropping and reliable. The foliage is striking purple in the spring.Buy Now
Cordon Pear 'Williams' Bon Chretien'
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Cordon Pear 'Williams' Bon Chretien'Raised in 1770, this is probably the best known and most widely grown pear in the world, suitable for dessert and culinary use. The medium sized fruits have a pale green/golden skin finish. The flesh is sweet, very smooth and extremely juicy. A reliable and heavy cropper, suitable for colder areas.Buy Now
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