Invincible pear tree


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Invincible pear tree
A magnificent new variety that is aptly named for it is suitable for all area's, even the North.

The flowers appear usually in two flushes, thus helping them excape frost damage and the tree is very hardy.

Whats more the flowers are self fertile so you can grow this ideal new variety on it's own

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Aptly named, for this French raised newcomer produces blossoms usually in two separate flushes, meaning that during frosty seasons it is more likely to yield where other Pears may fail. A very heavy cropper and a good grower suitable for all areas. A highly recommended new Pear variety.

Invincible Pear Tree – season

This variety has a very long season and can be picked from early-mid September to early-mid October, and may then be enjoyed from storage until February or later.

Invincible Pear – appearance

A long deep emerald green pear, yellowing only slightly when fully ripe.


Has a good flavour, crisply juicy and sweet with little or no acidity, but make sure the fruits are properly ripe before eating.

Invincible Pear – Pollination

Invincible is fully self fertile so does well on it’s own with no need for pollinating partners. It is also a great pollinator for other varieties in the A,B or C pollination groups.

Tree sizes for Invincible Pear trees:

Quince C rootstock

Is the most compact stock generally used for Pears. It can be maintained at an easily harvested 180-260cm’s and can be planted around 150-180cm’s apart. Quince ‘C’ is easily the most satisfactory rootstock for garden use and can even be incorporated into a large – say 24” – container and kept on the patio. Such trees may be restricted below the 180cm mark.

Quince A rootstock

Is more vigorous than Quince ‘C’ and is ideal for orchard planting, grassy area’s and the larger border. It will grow to 250-350cm’s and should be planted not less than 250cm’s apart. A heavy cropping tree suitable for most good soils and situations.

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