ALL BARE ROOT TREES ARE AVAILABLE FROM EARLY NOVEMBER TO END OF MARCH ONLY
Trees ordered outside of these times will be delivered around the start of next November, exact date determined by the weather.
Buy Our Bare Root Pear Trees Because......
- All Bare Root Pear fruit trees certified virus free, Free UK Mainland Delivery with a FREE FRUIT TREE WARRANTY.
- Pear Maiden trees are 1 - 1.5 years old when sold, with 3 - 3.5 year old roots grafted on, all other Pear bare root are 2 - 2.5 year old trees with 4 year old roots (arguably a 4 year old tree).
- 1-3 years on average to produce fruit (depending on root stock).
- All basic pruning requirements completed before delivery.
- Tree consultant available to answer questions pre and post purchase.
- We will give you volume discount for different pear trees. (call us)
- WHOLESALE PRICES AVAILABLE FOR ORDERS OVER £150 Call 0800 043 1057.
Invincible Delwinor Pear Tree (BARE ROOT)
The Invincible Delwinor Pear tree is a tough and hardy tree so if you happen to be a lighthouse keeper on the Isle of "Barren and Weather Beaten" then this could be a tree for you.
This pear tree is also one of the few that will flower twice. Once Jack Frost has buggered off you should see another flush of flowers which lengthens the cropping period enabling you to have to store less and have the pear fruits fresher. The first crop should be green and crunchy with the second crop being more yellow, softer and juicer.
The Invincible Delwinor pear tree also has a high resistance to Mildew and Scab so if you live in the West of UK where it is a tad wetter then this would be a good choice. This is not to say that you could plant the Invincible Delwinor on a Scab and Mildew infested scientific research Island and expect to eat unblemished fruit, the clue was in the word "resistant".
The blossoms of the Invincible Delwinor are also of a great deal of interest to the birds, bees and insects so expect organised wildlife tourist groups to be visiting your garden on a regular basis in the Spring.
Month Of Fruiting: September
Type of Pear: Eating and Cooking
Fertility: C2 (SELF FERTILE) Does not require another pear tree to produce fruit however your harvest could be improved my having a pollination partner from C1, C2 or C3 groups.
Which Type Of Pear Tree Rootstock To Choose:
Those in the horticultural business love their technical lingo, so here is something to help you decipher Gobbeldy Gook from the Green Fingered Brigade. Each rootstock description is made up of several terms from one or more of the following:
Cordon : Columnar shape and short branches. Ideal for space saving and quick fruiting (possibly first year)
Quince C : Will reach approx. 2.5 metres. Fruits quicker than Quince A and Kirchensellar
Quince Eline : Almost identical to Quince C but but has superior cold hardiness.
Quince A : Will reach approx. 3.5 metres. Fruits quicker than Kirchensellar
Kirchensaller: Will reach approx. 6.0+ metres.
Half Standard: Trunk clear of branches for around 1 metre and is traditional tree shaped. Good for gardens e.g. easy mowing and companion planting underneath.
Straight Lead: Much more of a clear trunk than a Half Standard, usually around 2.0 + metres.
Bush : Pruned so that branches start around 45cm from the ground.
Maiden : 1-2 years old and unpruned, ideal for shaping into Fan, Espalier, step over etc
Bare Root : There is no soil or pot around the roots which are wrapped in a bag and are cheaper than containerised.
1 Year : Pear Tree will be between 1 and 2 years old
2 Year : Pear Tree will be between 2 and 3 years old
Family Pear Tree. Three different varieties of pear on one tree that pollinate each other. Click the link to see current Family Pear Trees in stock.
Fruiting Times For Bare Root Pear Trees
The general rule of thumb with most fruit trees is that the smaller the ultimate height of the tree, the sooner it will bear fruit. Pear trees around 2.5 metres could fruit in 1-2 years whereas those at 6+ metres could be as much as 5 years. Weather can increase or decrease these times.
Do I Need To Stake My Bare Root Tree?
9 out of 10 times the answer will be no, especially if under 200cm tall. However our article on Tree Staking should help guide you.