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Flordahome Pears ripen from mid June to mid July and require 400 chill hours (3 weeks with temperatures at or below 45 degrees F.). The Hood Pear tree is required in the pollination of the Florda Home Pear. The quality of the fruit produced by the Flordahome Pear Tree is good with a storage life up to 3 months. The tree tends to overbear and the limbs often droop with the weight of the fruit produced.

Shipping Time:: Taking Pre-Orders, for a Projected Shipping of 12-14-15


2-3ft tall (Pre-Order for 12-14-15 Shipping) [$16.75]
4-5ft tall (Pre-Order for 12-14-15 Shipping) [$39.75]
6-8ft tall (Pre-Order for 12-14-15 Shipping) [$99.75]

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Average Rating: 4 of 5 | Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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Went taller this time May 28, 2015
Reviewer: Allen Honey from Jacksonville, FL United States  
Hope this one takes after the previous smaller one failed to take.  Put in a different place this time.  Waiting on some leaves or sprout growth.

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Review of experience February 26, 2015
Reviewer: Wesley Douglas from Lake City, FL United States  
I received the trees the next day after ordering.  The trees were in very good shape and roots were packed well with damp paper etc. The first bare roots I have ever planted, I hope for the best.

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Arrived on time June 16, 2014
Reviewer: wasserman from SILVER SPRINGS, FL United States  
I planted it immediately. It has been one month. Shows no growth evidence yet. I will update this review when I see progress or if it does not survive. I have another pear tree that I planted bare root 3 yrs ago and that one is doing wonderful. (this one was purchased elsewhere).

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