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Duo Fruit Tree – Pear Conference and Louise Bonne of Jersey
Duo Fruit Tree – Pear Conference and Louise Bonne of Jersey
Duo Fruit Tree – Pear Conference and Louise Bonne of Jersey
Duo Fruit Tree – Pear Conference and Louise Bonne of Jersey
Duo Fruit Tree – Pear Conference and Louise Bonne of Jersey
Duo Fruit Tree – Pear Conference and Louise Bonne of Jersey
Duo Fruit Tree – Pear Conference and Louise Bonne of Jersey
Duo Fruit Tree – Pear Conference and Louise Bonne of Jersey
Duo Fruit Tree – Pear Conference and Louise Bonne of Jersey
Duo Fruit Tree – Pear Conference and Louise Bonne of Jersey
Duo Fruit Tree – Pear Conference and Louise Bonne of Jersey

Duo Fruit Tree – Pear 'Conference' and 'Louise Bonne of Jersey'

Grow multiple pear varieties even in the smallest of spaces!
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250 cm
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Plant Care Information:

Perfect In Pots
Perfect In Pots
Plant In Sunshine
Plant In Sunshine
Winter Hardy
Winter Hardy
Edible
Edible
Easy To Grow
Easy To Grow

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Item: 300148
£24.99
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250 cm
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  • Now you can grow two family favourite pear varieties from one tree – space-saving and easy to grow!
  • 'Conference' and 'Louise Bonne of Jersey' pear varieties have both been grafted onto the same tree
  • This novelty and compact tree will reward you with pounds of delicious eating pears for years to come
  • As the tree already has a V shape, it could be trained along a wall or fence
  • Supplied in a 5L pot, 70-80cm tall, grafted on a single rootstock with 2 pear varieties
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Now everyone can grow fruit trees in the minimum of space! These incredible duo fruit trees have been meticulously grafted by highly skilled nurserymen to yield two different pear varieties growing on one rootstock! What's more, the rootstocks are dwarfing, meaning that your trees will always remain compact!

They are perfect for anyone who loves the idea of picking their own home-grown fresh fruit, but has limited space. Each of the varieties will produce bumper crops of delicious, full-sized fruit. Because they are already trained into a V shape, they are perfect for growing up a wall or fence. 

Conference Pear – Produces a large crop of fruits with clear, white flesh that are ready to pick each September. The long, tapering fruits are packed with an irresistible sweetness and lip-smacking juice that will drip from your chin when you bite into a ripe one! Because of its outstanding flavour, it remains the most popular pear grown in Britain by a long measure, both in commercial orchards and home gardens. It is perfect for you to grow because it is very heavy cropping and when picked unripe, is great for keeping for 2 or more months. Crops: September–October

Louise Bonne of Jersey – You will struggle to beat the rich, buttery, and juicy taste of these pears! So much so, they are a perfect choice for a sweet dessert pear to finish a home-cooked meal. Good-sized fruit are a pale greenish yellow, with pink-tinged flesh. Plus, as an RHS recommended ‘Plant for Pollinators’, this hardy variety is loved by bees. Crops: October – November

What Is Supplied

Item 300148 supplied as:
1 x 5L pot

Top Tips

Add Rootgrow Mycorrhizal Fungi to give your plants a head start and establish more quickly.

Care Information

  • Apply a slow-release fertiliser, such as blood, fish and bone, in early spring, and mulch to retain moisture.
  • Water regularly, and don't let the soil dry out if planted in pots.
  • Established trees don't require radical pruning; just take off any diseased, dying or damaged branches (the three Ds). Look at the overall shape and aim for an open structure of branches, and remove any that cross over so they don't damage each other.
  • Hang wasp traps in trees and harvest crops as soon as they ripen. Avoid leaving windfalls or overripe fruit on the ground.
  • Don't forget the tree guards as rabbits can strip the bark overnight.

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150 cm
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