Pear Family

Family Pear trees have two to three different varieties grafted onto one stem. These varieties are selected so they cross-pollinate well and offer a delicious choice of fruit. Perfect if you only have room for one fruit tree in your garden!

Our Family Pear trees are grown on Quince A semi-vigorous rootstock and are supplied as container grown trees.

Pruning can take place any time of the year. Structural pruning should be done in the winter, and light pruning and shaping in the summer to encourage more flower and fruit for the following year.

  • Concorde, Conference, Doyenne du Comice (Family)

    Pear Family

    Out of stock

    All these variesties cross pollinate each other. Comice – Eating. Conference- Eating. Concorde – Eating.

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  • Conference/Comice/Williams 1

    Conference, Doyenne du Comice, Williams’ Bon Chrétien (Family)

    Pear Family

    Out of stock

    All these varieties cross pollinate each other. Conference, Comice, Williams.

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  • Beth, Conference, Concorde (Family)

    Pear Family

    Discontinued

    All these varieties cross pollinate each other. Beth, Conference and Concorde.

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  • Concorde, Doyenne du Comice (Family)

    Pear Family

    Discontinued

    All these variesties cross pollinate each other. Concorde and Doyenne du Comice.

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  • Conference, Onward, Williams’ Bon Chrétien (Family)

    Pear Family

    Discontinued

    All these variesties cross pollinate each other. Conference, Onward, Williams.

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