This 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!
Concorde is one of the most important Pear tree introductions for decades and is already one of the most popular varieties for the garden, or orchard and suits all growing applicactions. Concorde tends to make quite a compact tree, it is easy to manage, frost hardy and a reliable setter of good quality fruits. One of the best varieties for container growing on Quince ‘C’ stock.
Concorde Pear Tree – season
Can be harvested for use late September-November.
Concorde Pear – appearance
Medium sized elongated and the skin mostly covered in a pale golden russet over pale green.
Mild and sweet, sem-crisp juicy texture..
Concorde Pear – Pollination
Concorde is self fertile so does need any other varieties to pollinate. It is itself in group ‘B’ so can be used to pollinate any varieties in the same or adjacent groups.