The pear (/ˈpɛər/) tree and shrub are a species of genus Pyrus /ˈpaɪrəs/, in the family Rosaceae, bearing the pomaceous fruit of the same name. Several species of pear are valued for their edible fruit and juices while others are cultivated as
The tree is medium-sized and native to coastal as well as mildly temperate regions of Europe, north Africa and Asia. Pear wood is one of the preferred materials in the manufacture of high-quality woodwind instruments and furniture.
|4581||Pear, Acres Home||3 Gallon||Bears at 3 years. Has naturally spreading shape. Chill hour requirements is 300-350. Perfect for the Houston area. Fruit is very large, traditional pear shape with red blush on exposed side. Bears heavily each year. Great landscaping tree. Pollinate with Southern Queen, Southern Bartlett, Meadows and Tennessee.|
|4582||Pear, Atlas Super Orient||3 Gallon||Atlas Super Orient Pear Tree has low chill hour requirements. Fruit is medium in size and with speckles. Hard Canning Pear .|
|4583||Pear, Hosui Asian||3 Gallon||Semi-Dwarf tree, great for milder climates. Ripens around July. Pollinate with Southern Bartlett. Large brownish-orange fruit.
|4584||Pear, Keiffer||3 Gallon||Kieffer Pear grows large yellow fruit. Very cold hardy. Can grow up to 30 feet tall. Heavy bearer.|
|4585||Pear, Korean Giant Asian||3 Gallon||Also known as the Large Korean or Olympic. It's globe shaped fruit ripens to a golden brown and can weight more than a pound. Flesh is cripsy, juicy and sweet, with an almost spicy flavor. Grows to be approx 15 ft. Any European pear or Asian Pear can cross pollinate.|
|4586||Pear, Meadows||3 Gallon||Great quality fruit. Bartlett shaped pear. 450 Chill Hours.|
|4587||Pear, Shinseki Asian||3 Gallon||Shinseki is a round, medium sized, golden pear with sweet, white, crisp and juicy flesh. Fruit ripens in late July, to mid August and stores well until March. Bears fruit at a young age and requires 250-450 chill hours. Great quality pear.|
|4588||Pear, Southern Bartlett||3 Gallon||Fire blight resistant. Bartlett shaped fruit, 450 chill hours, great for Houston and surrounding areas. Pollinate with Southern Queen or Acres Home. Southern Bartlett has a spreading shape, and bears in about 4-5 years. Pollinate with Acres Homes, Tennessee or Southern Queen.|
|4589||Pear, Tennhosui||3 Gallon||Wonderful taste and texture. 500-600 Chill Hours, heavy bearer.|
|4590||Pear, Vermillion Bartlett||3 Gallon||Medium sized fruit, very flavorful and sweet. Pollinate with Southern Bartlett.|