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!
This is a second early in season, this popular choice makes an attractive, upright, well foliated tree with fruits nicely coloured.
Louise Bonne de Jersey dwarf Pear Tree – season
Mid September to early-mid October. Wait until the fruits have coloured well and will part from the tree easily before picking.
Louise Bonne de Jersey Pear – appearance
Traditional Pear shape, green/yellow smooth skinned and shinyl, the sunny side has a bold vermillion flush.
When eaten at the correct stage is one of the finest Pears of all, tender and divinely sweet & juicy..
Louise Bonne de Jersey Pear – Pollination
This variety belongs to the ‘A’ pollination group so will partner well with others in the same or adjacent groups.
Here are some suggested varieties: