Pear Trees

Kieffer Pear Tree

Growing Zone 4-9

Pear trees are favored and savored for their beautiful blooms, great oval shape and great tasting fruits.


Kieffer Pears are large yellow fruits that have a course, crisp and juicy white pulp. The Kieffer Pear Tree bears heavily in September and October, and is very hardy in zones 4-9. It is a self-pollinator, but for the best results, cross-pollination with an acceptable pear like the Bartlett should be provided. This tree likes full sun and can be planted in a wide variety of soils. These pears are perfect for sauces, juices, ciders, canning, and baking.


Bartlett Pear Trees produce the best selling pear in the world. It is a very productive variety that produces at a young age and continues for a long time. The Bartlett pear is a smooth textured fruit that is particularly juicy. The Bartlett Pear Tree reaches about 10 to 20 feet in height and spreads out 7 to 13 feet. It fills its branches with white blooms and is produces fruits that are ready to harvest in late August in Zones 5 to 8. The Bartlett Pear must be pollinated with appropriate varieties like the Kieffer. It likes full sun and loamy well-drained soil and is very easy to grow with little maintenance.


If you only have room for one pear tree in your yard, make it our 3-in-1 Pear Tree. This tree contains Kieffer, Moonglow, and Bartlett pears, all on a single tree.  It is specially designed to self-pollinate at just the right time and will provide bushels of pears from August to early winter. This tree prefers full sun and well-drained soils. With very little maintenance this grafted pear tree will give you plenty of pears for eating, canning, and cooking.