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Leconte Pear Tree



 
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Leconte Pear are an early season producer that requires low chill hours. Leconte Pear trees require pollination from another variety of Pear. The Leconte Pear Tree is an old North Carolina variety that produces bell-shaped fruit that is bright yellow, with a pink overlay. In the Fall, the yielding large crops of fruit ready to be eaten fresh.

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4 of 5 February 9, 2019
Reviewer: Leslie Lundeen from Conyers, GA United States  


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5 of 5 January 19, 2018
Reviewer: Thomas Harris from Franklin, NC United States  


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3 of 5 No Growth July 1, 2017
Reviewer: Kevin from Raleigh, NC United States  
The tree arrived in good condition and was as advertised.  I still haven't seen any growth so it is either still in dormancy or it is dead.  It has only been a week so hopefully it is just a matter of time.

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3 of 5 Light on roots April 11, 2014
Reviewer: Milton Vallaire from Slidell, LA United States  
I expected to see more roots on the tree; however they seen to be doing okay after being in the ground for a couple of weeks. I see the beginning of some sprouts, hope this is a sign that the roots are growing as well.

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