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Flowering Pear Trees

Flowering Pear Trees in Spring are covered in dense pure white flowers that perfume the air with a pleasent scent. No fruit is produced from this beautiful flowering tree that exhibits a magnificent color change in the fall when the leaves change to glowing yellow, followed by orange, and red rainbow colors. The Flowering Pear Tree is often used by home owners to plant in rows to border homes and road entrances.

Aristocrat Flowering Pear Tree Aristocrat Flowering Pear Tree

USDA Zones 5-10

Autumn Blaze Flowering Pear Tree Autumn Blaze Flowering Pear Tree

USDA Zones 4-10

Bradford Flowering Pear Tree Bradford Flowering Pear Tree

USDA Zones 5-10

Cleveland Select Flowering Pear Tree Cleveland Select Flowering Pear Tree

USDA Zones 5-10

  • Flowering Pear Trees at Ty Ty
    During the fall, the beautiful dark red leaves of this Flowering 'Autumn Blaze' Pear tree will stand out among your landscape. Cities often contract to plant flowering pear trees in parks along urban streets and in recreational areas because of their ornamental beauty and their ability to cleanse the air from toxic automobile exhaust fumes.
  • Aristocrat Flowering Pear Tree
    The fast vigorous growth of the 'Aristocrat' Flowering Pear has superior introduction and forms horizontal branches that produce a strong pyramidal shape. Flowering pear trees are medium size trees at maturity growing to about thirty-five feet tall. After flowering the pear trees grow rapidly as the leaves form and the young trees can usually grow up to four feet per year.
  • Cleveland Select Pear Trees
    Flowering Pear Trees such as the Cleveland Select Pear Tree are extremely cold hardy and can be grown in most American states from Maine to northern Florida. The Cleveland Pear Tree is a much improved Flowering Pear Tree because of the tall shape and the strong limb structure that is angled upward rather than horizontal. In northern states limb structure must be strong so that the tree can withstand the weight of the snow and ice in the winter. When limbs break out rot can enter the trunk and shorten the life of the tree.