Attract native wildlife with pear trees! Ideal for hunters and photographers alike. Fruit is not necessary to appeal to animal visitors. Even before reaching maturity, these trees develop leaves and branches to feed deer and house birds and other native fauna. In spring, delicate blossoms attract bees and butterflies. Trees have a columnar growth habit, reaching 18 to 20 feet tall and about 12 to 13 feet wide. Cross-pollination with another compatible pear tree variety is required for fruit production. Fruit ripens in late August.
Planting suggestion: place trees in a row or cluster approximately 12 feet apart (trunk to trunk) on all sides.