Pineapple Pear

Well Suited for Southern Gardens

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Pineapple Pear

Well Suited for Southern Gardens

  • Large yellow fruits with a red blush
  • Unique pineapple-pear flavor
  • Low chill hour requirements
A great choice for those wanting to grow their own fruits in a hurry! Pineapple Pear Tree is quick to set fruit, often in the second year after planting, and almost always by the third year. Its large yellow fruits are blushed with red, have a crisp texture and a unique pineapple flavor. The fruits ripen in August. The blight-resistant trees require 200 chill hours and are a good choice for the South. They produce showy white flowers in the spring. While self fertile, the tree will produce larger yields if another pear variety is planted nearby. Zones 6-9.
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  • Botanical Name: Pyrus communis 'Pineapple'
  • Height: 12-15'
  • Spacing: 12'
  • Depth:Locate the planting depth indicator, the marked line above the tree's root system. The graft should be about 2 inches above the soil surface.
  • Spread:10-12'
  • Pollinator:self- but sets better with a pollinator such as Bartlett, Keiffer or Seckel
  • Color: white
  • Size: 1/4" Diameter, 2-4' Bareroot Tree
  • Zone: 6-9

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