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Combo Asian Pear Tree (4 varieties)

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SKU B9004

Pyrus pyrifolia

Varieties for 2023-2024: Enjoy 4 of the following 5 varieties Chojuro/Shinseiki/Yoinashi/Hamese/Mishirasu

Please Note: We cannot guarantee specific variety requests for combo trees due to the numerous factors that can affect successful grafting. If you desire a specific varietal, we recommend purchasing it as a single-graft tree from our collection.

Among our most popular trees is this combination with both yellow and brown russetted Asian pears The hardy tree on a Province Quince rootstock can be maintained at 15 feet in height, is self-pollinating and produces delicious fruit all season.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 5

Mature Height: 15' (Semi Dwarf)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: late August to mid September

Pollination: Self Fertile

Size: Semi-Dwarf (4'-5')

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • For the 4 in 1 Asian pear tree, are you guaranteed 4 different varieties?

    Yes you will get 4 different ones.

  • The hardy to USDA zone of this tree is only in Zone 5 as in the description. Does it means I cannot plant it in Zone 6?

    USDA Zone refers to the coldest temperature a plant can survive. This plant is hardy to zone 5, and any zone higher than that. So yes, it will be fine in zone 6.

  • How wide does it get?

    Rough 15' wide

Customer Reviews

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Nice!

This is my second Asian pear from raintree nursery. I love them! This sapling came at the right time to plant, healthy, well pruned and varieties clearly marked.

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Bonnie S.
Pear combo, Plumb combo and Elephant Heart

Received all three, all dormant. Planted in the best mixed of loveliness for the best start. Boom all look like they are starting to show life! I can’t wait for my bount of gorgeous fruit 😋

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yahui z.
Died in the second year

Good for a year then dead for fire blight. Not the nursery issue, I guess it is just the problem of the variety not friendly for new grower.

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LORETTA M.
Many branched Asian Pear

Seems to be well branched with some budding starting. Some tags don’t show fruit type so it will be a surprise. Used IV Organic on it. Planted it right away. Have clay soil so dug wide hole and amended soil and drainage. Would like to have info on watering schedule for clay zone 7.

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Richard L.

Received packed very well. Replanted and already buds started to appear. Looking forward to many fruitful years