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D Anjou Pear Tree

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Winter Pear with Exceptional Qualities

The D'Anjou Pear is an ornamental tree with exceptional late-ripening fruit.  You could plant several in a side yard for a small orchard, or one in sight of a window to enjoy its seasonal display.

D’Anjou pear will be a tantalizing treat for your tastebuds…but not when picked directly from your tree.  The secret to this delectable winter pear is to pick it green and place it in storage. 

It’s with time that the superb nature of your pear is brought to fruition with a sweet, brisk flavor unlike any other pear you’ll ever taste. 

The versatility of your pear will also astound you.  Its great picked directly from the tree for use in various dishes before it is fully ripe.  It also stores exceedingly well, making it a great choice as a gift for friends and neighbors, or just as a winter treat for your table. 

Your D’Anjou Pear produces a large pear withvibrant, light-green color at its September harvest.  Considered a high-producer, you’ll enjoy having plenty of delicious pears to share when the fall harvest begins.

D’Anjou Pear is a semi-dwarf tree growing up to 18 feet in height, making harvest easier than with many other varieties of  pear tree (which are often taller). 

It’s cold-hardy and drought resistant.  The creamy, white flowers in spring are sure to draw the eye of passers-by, and fragrant enough to also bring pollinators to your yard.   

Your D’Anjou Pear is an outstanding choice for an attractive, semi-dwarf tree that will not only provide you with outstanding fruit but also a lovely appearance in your yard.  Try one today!

* Excellent fruit
* Spring flowers
* Semi-dwarf
* Hardy

Recommended pollinators: Bartlett, Bosc, Comice

PLANT HIGHLIGHTS

Growing Zones 4-9
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Brand Nature Hills Nursery
Botanical Name Pyrus communis 'D'Anjou'
Mature Height Semi Dwarf: 12 - 18 feet
Soil Type Widely Adaptable
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Fruiting Time 3 - 5 years