This Beth Pear tree is grown on dwarf Quince C stock which is compact and makes the smallest Pear tree of all. Trees can be maintained at around 180cm’s in height with a similar spread, perhaps a little less if contained in a 20” pot. The trees are easy to manage and easy to harvest!
Beth is an excellent early variety from East Malling [Kent] This dessert Pear has exceptional eating qualities and is also a heavy cropper. A neat and fairly compact grower.
Beth Dwarf Pear Tree – season
Eating early September through to early October.
Beth Pear – appearance
A medium sized fruit, classical bottom-heavy pear shape, ripening to a beautiful primrose yellow and filled with juice.
Intensely sweet, develops a wonderful scent, full of juice and very tender texture.
Beth Pear – Pollination
Beth is in ‘B’ pollination group so partner with any varieties in the same or adjacent groups. Here are some suggested varieties:
Williams bon Chretien