The Beurre D'Anjou Pear Tree was originally a French pear. It has been grown in America since 1900. After blooming in mid-April the Beurre D'Anjou Pear Tree puts on fruit that stays green from onset until ripening in mid-August. Best eaten fresh, the flesh of this large, short necked, conical pear is best described as creamy white and buttery, with a sweet, slightly acidic flavor. The Beurre D'Anjou Pear Tree requires 700 chill hours and a pollinator such as the Bartlett Pear Tree, or the Bosc to produce.
***LARGER TREES MAY BE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST***
***Note: The greater the tree caliper, then the heavier the branch development. This relates to the maturity of the tree and how soon fruit production will begin. (A shorter stocky fruit tree is better than a taller skinny tree.)***