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Pictures shown are mature trees for sake of reference. Semi-dwarf size when full grown.

This product is sold as a large, bareroot 5-6 foot tall tree.

(Not full grown)


A seedling of 'Ure' displaying superior vigor and earliness. Matures in early to mid-August. Hardy in Zone 3. Use 'Ure' as pollinator

The fruits are great for fresh eating and canning. A spectacular bonus of growing pears is the display of pure white blossoms in springtime. 


Pear blossoms are sensitive to frost injury. Avoid planting the trees in frost pockets. Mulching with wood mulch can help to insulate the soil, leading to a slow, gradual warming and preventing premature bud break. Pears are best harvested before they are mature but not yet fully ripe. Mature pears are firm and will easily come off the branch when they are twisted upwards. Harvested pears will ripen fully off the tree when stored during a week of temperatures in the 60s.


The species of pears you select is important. Many of us are familiar with the ‘Bartlett’ pear (Pyrus communis). These varieties with relatively large, teardrop-shaped fruits will not be hardy in the northern part of our state. Ussurian pears (Pyrus ussuriensis), which include ‘Ure’ and ‘Golden Spice’ are hardier.


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Early Gold Pear

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  • All items are available until sold out and subject to change according to nursery availability. If there is a change, SWCD will notify the customer within a resonable amount of time ahead of the tree pick up date, if possible. No cancellations after February 15, 2024. All stock is subject to the same condition Morrison SWCD receives from our nurseries. Therefore, Morrison SWCD accepts no responsibility regarding survival of stock and makes no provisions for replacements.

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