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Disease Resistant Pears, 3 on 1 Multiple Grafted Fruit Tree

Disease Resistant Pears, 3 on 1 Multiple Grafted Fruit Tree

Three Reliable Varieties on One Tree

Semi-dwarf on OHxF333 rootstock. with at least 3 different varieties.

Possible Varieties: Blake's Pride, Harrow Delight, Keiffer, and Warren

  • Zones: 5-10
  • Chill hours: 200 - 600
  • Harvest: July 15 - October 10
  • Looks: Yellow to creamy-gold or pale green with rose blush skin.
  • Personality: All have rich taste and aroma.
  • Facts of note: All are fire blight resistant and thrive in a wide range of climates.
  • Pollination: The varieties on the tree pollenize each other and other trees.

Multi-Grafted Disease-Resistant Pear Tree

When it comes to fruit trees, the Multi-Grafted Disease-Resistant Pear Tree is a remarkable addition to any garden or orchard. This unique tree combines the benefits of multiple pear varieties, offering an array of flavors and extended harvest periods, while also providing disease resistance.

Variety of Pear Types

The standout feature of this tree is its multi-grafted nature, which means it incorporates several pear varieties onto a single rootstock. Typically, this tree includes three different pear cultivars, each with its own distinct flavor profile and ripening schedule. This diversity in fruit types allows you to enjoy a range of pear flavors from one tree.

Extended Harvest Period

One of the primary advantages of having a multi-grafted pear tree is the extended harvest period. Since different pear varieties ripen at different times, you can enjoy fresh pears over an extended season. This can be especially appealing for those who want to savor homegrown pears throughout the summer and fall.

Disease Resistance

Another key feature of this pear tree is its disease resistance. It is grafted onto a rootstock that provides increased resistance to common pear tree diseases, such as fire blight and pear scab. This resistance can help reduce the need for chemical treatments, making it an environmentally friendly choice for your garden.

Space-Saving Solution

For those with limited space in their garden or orchard, the Multi-Grafted Disease-Resistant Pear Tree is a space-saving solution. Instead of planting multiple pear trees, you can have the variety you desire all in one tree. This not only saves space but also makes it easier to manage and care for your pear trees.

Flavor Profiles

The specific pear varieties grafted onto this tree may vary, but common choices include Bartlett, Anjou, and Bosc pears. These varieties offer a range of flavors and textures. Bartlett pears are sweet and juicy, Anjou pears are slightly sweet with a smooth texture, and Bosc pears have a rich, nutty flavor. Having multiple flavors from a single tree can be a culinary delight.

Pollination Considerations

It's important to note that while the Multi-Grafted Disease-Resistant Pear Tree offers a variety of pear types, it may require cross-pollination from another pear tree for optimal fruit production. Be sure to check the specific pollination requirements of the pear varieties grafted onto your tree to ensure a bountiful harvest.

Planting and Care

Proper planting and care are essential for the success of your Multi-Grafted Disease-Resistant Pear Tree. Ensure that you plant it in well-drained soil with adequate sunlight. Regular pruning and maintenance will help maintain the health and shape of the tree. Additionally, consider providing support to the tree as it grows to prevent it from leaning or bending.

The Multi-Grafted Disease-Resistant Pear Tree is a versatile and practical addition to any garden or orchard. With its combination of different pear varieties, extended harvest period, disease resistance, and space-saving qualities, it offers a range of benefits for both novice and experienced fruit tree enthusiasts. By carefully selecting and caring for this tree, you can enjoy a variety of delectable pears right from your own backyard. Whether you're a fan of sweet and juicy Bartlett pears or prefer the rich flavor of Bosc pears, this tree has something to offer for every pear lover.

Visit our Fruit Tree Central for a listing of all our fruit tree videos and articles.

Visit Tree Characteristics for a listing of all our fruit & nut tree growing characteristics.

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Description

Semi-dwarf on OHxF333 rootstock. with at least 3 different varieties.

Possible Varieties: Blake's Pride, Harrow Delight, Keiffer, and Warren

  • Zones: 5-10
  • Chill hours: 200 - 600
  • Harvest: July 15 - October 10
  • Looks: Yellow to creamy-gold or pale green with rose blush skin.
  • Personality: All have rich taste and aroma.
  • Facts of note: All are fire blight resistant and thrive in a wide range of climates.
  • Pollination: The varieties on the tree pollenize each other and other trees.

Multi-Grafted Disease-Resistant Pear Tree

When it comes to fruit trees, the Multi-Grafted Disease-Resistant Pear Tree is a remarkable addition to any garden or orchard. This unique tree combines the benefits of multiple pear varieties, offering an array of flavors and extended harvest periods, while also providing disease resistance.

Variety of Pear Types

The standout feature of this tree is its multi-grafted nature, which means it incorporates several pear varieties onto a single rootstock. Typically, this tree includes three different pear cultivars, each with its own distinct flavor profile and ripening schedule. This diversity in fruit types allows you to enjoy a range of pear flavors from one tree.

Extended Harvest Period

One of the primary advantages of having a multi-grafted pear tree is the extended harvest period. Since different pear varieties ripen at different times, you can enjoy fresh pears over an extended season. This can be especially appealing for those who want to savor homegrown pears throughout the summer and fall.

Disease Resistance

Another key feature of this pear tree is its disease resistance. It is grafted onto a rootstock that provides increased resistance to common pear tree diseases, such as fire blight and pear scab. This resistance can help reduce the need for chemical treatments, making it an environmentally friendly choice for your garden.

Space-Saving Solution

For those with limited space in their garden or orchard, the Multi-Grafted Disease-Resistant Pear Tree is a space-saving solution. Instead of planting multiple pear trees, you can have the variety you desire all in one tree. This not only saves space but also makes it easier to manage and care for your pear trees.

Flavor Profiles

The specific pear varieties grafted onto this tree may vary, but common choices include Bartlett, Anjou, and Bosc pears. These varieties offer a range of flavors and textures. Bartlett pears are sweet and juicy, Anjou pears are slightly sweet with a smooth texture, and Bosc pears have a rich, nutty flavor. Having multiple flavors from a single tree can be a culinary delight.

Pollination Considerations

It's important to note that while the Multi-Grafted Disease-Resistant Pear Tree offers a variety of pear types, it may require cross-pollination from another pear tree for optimal fruit production. Be sure to check the specific pollination requirements of the pear varieties grafted onto your tree to ensure a bountiful harvest.

Planting and Care

Proper planting and care are essential for the success of your Multi-Grafted Disease-Resistant Pear Tree. Ensure that you plant it in well-drained soil with adequate sunlight. Regular pruning and maintenance will help maintain the health and shape of the tree. Additionally, consider providing support to the tree as it grows to prevent it from leaning or bending.

The Multi-Grafted Disease-Resistant Pear Tree is a versatile and practical addition to any garden or orchard. With its combination of different pear varieties, extended harvest period, disease resistance, and space-saving qualities, it offers a range of benefits for both novice and experienced fruit tree enthusiasts. By carefully selecting and caring for this tree, you can enjoy a variety of delectable pears right from your own backyard. Whether you're a fan of sweet and juicy Bartlett pears or prefer the rich flavor of Bosc pears, this tree has something to offer for every pear lover.

Visit our Fruit Tree Central for a listing of all our fruit tree videos and articles.

Visit Tree Characteristics for a listing of all our fruit & nut tree growing characteristics.

Enjoy three different fruits or varieties on one tree! Multi-grafted trees have three different varieties grafted onto one rootstock so you can enjoy more variety and extended harvests in one third the space. European pears are late blooming, tolerant of heavy wet soils, and a good choice for many areas. Susceptible to codling moth and some to fire blight. Plant at least two varieties for best results. Harvest 3rd year. On OHxF333 semi-dwarf rootstock. Trees left unpruned reach 2/3 of standard (about 12-18'). By pruning, keep any tree to any size. Browse all our pear trees for sale.

To increase survival rate of grafts it is important not to let one graft overtake the tree. If the different fruit varieties (the limbs) are not well-spread on your trees, use a spreader to separate them. Always plant the smallest limb (the “weakest” bud) to the south/southwest to insure that it gets plenty of sun. Prune back the strongest growing varieties by 2/3. Prune back the weakest variety by 1/2 — or not at all. During the summer, watch the growth-rate of the smaller limbs to determine if pruning is necessary at that time. If the weakest variety is 1/2 the size of the others, it’s best not to cut it back. Prune back the more aggressive limbs. Summer-prune when necessary in order to let sunlight get to all the developing varieties. Keep even sunlight available to all the developing selections. After the third season, maintain the multi-budded tree so that each fruit-type grows in balance with the others.

Please Note: Although most of our bare-root trees arrive to our warehouse in mid-December, there are a few varieties that will not arrive until mid-January. If you order any of those varieties along with varieties that arrive in mid-December, your order will be delayed for shipment until mid-January. If you'd like us to split your shipments, please contact us at (888) 784-1722 or orderdesk@groworganic.com. Additional shipping charges will apply.

Shipping Information

Ships from Northern CA.

Cannot ship to the following states: HI, AK, PR, GU, VI

Cannot ship via USPS.

Cannot ship via SmartPost.

Shipping Weight: 10.0 lb

Dimensions: 55.5"L x 7.3"W x 2.75"H

Features

  • Self-fruitful

Characteristics

USDA Growing Zone: 5 - 10
Approximate Harvest Time : Early Fall
Approximate Harvest Time : Late Summer
Chill Hours Needed : 200-600 hours
Planting Time : Winter
Time to Fruit Production : 2-3 Years
Tree Size : Semi-dwarf

Planting & Care

To increase survival rate of grafts it is important not to let one graft overtake the tree. If the different fruit varieties (the limbs) are not well-spread on your trees, use a spreader to separate them. Always plant the smallest limb (the “weakest” bud) to the south/southwest to insure that it gets plenty of sun. Prune back the strongest growing varieties by 2/3. Prune back the weakest variety by 1/2 — or not at all. During the summer, watch the growth-rate of the smaller limbs to determine if pruning is necessary at that time. If the weakest variety is 1/2 the size of the others, it’s best not to cut it back. Prune back the more aggressive limbs. Summer-prune when necessary in order to let sunlight get to all the developing varieties. Keep even sunlight available to all the developing selections. After the third season, maintain the multi-budded tree so that each fruit-type grows in balance with the others.

Useful Information

Guarantee

Limited Dormant Tree & Plant Guarantee

* Claim deadline is June 15th

We guarantee that your dormant tree or plant will arrive in good, viable condition. If your tree arrives in substandard condition, notify us within 3 days of delivery. Please email pictures of the box, inside packaging, the tree and its roots to helpdesk@groworganic.com.  We will investigate your claim and process a request to exchange or refund the damaged product.

If your dormant tree or plant has not grown new leaves by June 15th, you may be eligible for our Limited Dormant Tree & Plant Guarantee. This guarantee provides for a store credit for the purchase price of the tree, excluding shipping. Please see the Instructions below.

Important Dates:

  • April 1st Dormant trees/plants must be planted in the ground
  • May 15th Perform scratch test, if no new leaves have grown
  • June 15th Deadline to apply for a dormant tree/plant credit

All required documentation must be received by June 15th for your claim to be considered. Claims or documentation received after June 15th will be denied, without exception. Instructions listed below

Terms and Conditions

We cannot guarantee that your tree or plant will remain alive and healthy after it is received, or bear fruit as there are too many variables in your environment that are beyond our control (i.e. soil preparation, weed and pest control, proper irrigation, chill hours, compatible hardiness for your growing zone, proper choice of pollinator, extreme weather, rodent damage, disease, etc.). 

We cannot guarantee that we will be able to provide a replacement tree/plant of the same species either that same growing season or in future years. Customers are responsible for all shipping fees associated with replacement trees and plants. 

If we determine that the tree you purchased directly from us is not viable, we will issue you a store credit (not a refund) for the purchase price of the affected dormant tree or plant. Shipping is not included in the dormant tree/plant guarantee. Store credits can be used to purchase any product we sell and are valid for use only until July 1st of the following year.

Historically, 98% of our dormant trees and plants grow and thrive when they have been cared for and planted using our growing guides. Dormant trees and plants must be planted in the ground by April 1st in order to be eligible for credit. If the ground in your area is still frozen solid, you may temporarily plant your tree or plant in a pot. 

Potted, non-dormant trees or plants are excluded from this guarantee as they are not dormant at the time of shipment. Evergreen trees such as citrus, avocado and olive trees are not available for credit under the Dormant Tree and Plant Guarantee. 

Instructions

We guarantee that your dormant fruit tree or plant will leaf out, if you care for it according to our growing guides. In the unlikely event that your dormant tree or plant does not have leaves by May 15th, follow these simple steps to apply for a store credit:

Before you call or email, please perform a “scratch test” to determine if the tree or plant is still alive. This video shows how to check for live tissue under the bark. Scratch tests need to be done a few inches above and below the graft. 

Green Cambium Layer / Living Trees

If the cambium layer under the bark is green, give your tree a little more time. It is still alive, but hasn’t come out of dormancy yet. Check to make sure that it is getting the right amount of deep root water, enough sunlight and that the weather is warm enough for that type of tree/plant to come out of dormancy. Every tree has its own personality and will come out of dormancy at different times. Be sure to submit the required documentation listed below by June 15th, if it doesn’t grow leaves.

Brown Cambium Layer / Dead Trees

If the scratch test shows a brown cambium layer or if your dormant tree/plant doesn’t have leaves by June 1st, please email us at helpdesk@groworganic.com. All required documentation listed below must be received by June 15th for your claim to be considered. To be considered for the guarantee claim, all required documentation must be received by June 15th.  Incomplete submissions will be denied.

Required Documentation

  1. Order number
  2. Name of dormant tree/plant and the quantity affected
  3. Photos of each tree or plant showing: 
    1. The roots (tree or plant must be pulled out of the ground)
    2. The scratch test areas
    3. The entire tree/plant

We reserve the right to not issue credit for items that have already been replaced. We also reserve the right to require photographic evidence that the tree/plant was not killed by root rot, rodent or mechanical damage.

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