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Moonglow Pear Trees fruit ripens in early August and requires 500 chill hours for fruit to produce( 4 weeks with temperatures 45 degrees F. or lower). Moonglow Pears develop better with the presence of other pear trees. The Moonglow Pear Tree produces fruit that when ripe, develops a creamy, white glow on the skin.

Shipping Time:: Fall Shipping (Approx 10-1-14) Pre-Orders Not Charged Til Fall

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3-4ft tall (Fall 2014 Shipping) [$7.75]
4-5ft tall (Fall 2014 Shipping) [$9.75]
5-6ft tall (Fall 2014 Shipping) [$15.75]
6-7ft tall (Fall 2014 Shipping) [$23.75]
7-8ft tall (Fall 2014 Shipping) [$43.75]
8-9ft tall - Bearing Size - (Fall 2014 Shipping) [$74.75]
9-10ft tall (Fall 2014 Shipping) [$94.75]

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
great pear tree April 29, 2014
Reviewer: Janelle Carlson from Genoa, NE United States  
tree looked good when received, was a very nice size and survived the one year point, it has leafed out and looks great

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Moonglow Pear April 24, 2014
Reviewer: Steve from Saint Augustine, FL  
Tree shipped well. Starting to leaf out after 1 week in the ground.

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Tiny tree March 21, 2014
Reviewer: Mark Hayes from Lebanon, TN United States  
My order arrived on time, but my expectations were disappointed.  I ordered a 7-8 ft. (bearing size) Moonglow pear tree.  The tree I got was 5.5 ft. tall from the bottom of the root to the top of the tree.  The width of the thickest part of the truck was ~1/2 inch and it will be a wonder if this scrawny little thing will bear the weight of a single piece of fruit this fall.
Time will tell.

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