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Drippin’ Honey™ Asian Pear Tree
Crisp, Sweet and Delicious!
(3 customer reviews)
Huge juicy pears are honey sweet and delightfully crisp. Round golden russet fruits can reach up to a pound, and mature trees bear very heavy yields. The easiest care pear you can grow, Drippin’ Honey has few problems with pests or disease, and requires very little to no spraying. Maturing in October, you can still be enjoying these sweet treats in April, as they will hold up to six months in the refrigerator! Zones 5-8. PPAF.
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- Monday, January 28, 2013
Reviewed By: Susan Taylor (Spanish Fork, Utah)
We planted this tree 3 years ago last fall it had about 30 pears that were the size of softballs. Everyone in our family loved the extra sweet tast looking forward to this year hope it is a bumper crop.
- Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Reviewed By: ryan (branford, CT)
I planted this 2 yrs ago to the date at about 2 feet off the ground. It has grown over ten feet, and if it wasn't for pruning it would be 12ft tall. last yr after only a yr in the ground we recieve 4 flowers that unfortunately didn't pollinate. Even the branching structure is impressive. it naturally branches out instead of straight up like most pears. Quite a few flower buds this spring hope to have my first taste :-).
- Monday, March 23, 2009
Reviewed By: Ryan (Branford, CT)
I just received my tree last week and was very surprised on how large it was. I was over a half inch caliber and was easily three and a half feet tall. This was with pruning of over a foot. I know this is a little pre-mature but i was impressed compared to other nurseries i've ordered from.
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