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Pear Trees

Many gardeners consider the pear to be the most delicately flavored commercial fruit to the human taste that one can buy at the grocery store. The fullest flavor develops only when fully ripened, after picking off the tree and after sitting to completely ripen on the kitchen window-sill for a few days. Since pears ripen from the? inside out, they are best picked and eaten when the neck of the pear becomes soft to the touch.

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Hood Pear Tree Hosui Asian Pear Tree Kieffer Pear Tree Korean Giant Pear Tree Leconte Pear Tree

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Moonglow Pear Tree Sand Pear Tree Shinko Asian Pear Tree

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Pear fruit of various colors and sizes are available in the supermarkets today. The pear fruits are picked from the trees while green, but the color and softness develops as they age in a cool dark environment. Korean Giant Pears are known for being extremely large, and also for being very delicious when first picked from the tree. Pear comes in many colors but most people prefer white pears, but other people like hard pears for making preserves and pies. Ty Ty sells the best tasting pears and most productive pears. Ty Ty Nursery offers many cultivars of pear trees for sale, excluding the Northwestern U.S types like the Bartlett that is unsatisfactory to grow in the Eastern and Midwestern States, because it dies shortly after planting from "Fire Blight" Most pear tree cultivars ripen in the fall and can remain tasty on the tree over extended periods. For best fresh eating the pears should be picked from the tree when the color changes appear and kept inside in a bowl where the deep taste fully progresses.