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Standard Pear Concorde  100-120 cm

Standard Pear Concorde 100-120 cm

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Standard Pear Tree Pyrus communis Concorde' is a popular compact self-fertile dessert pear. It’s a cross... read more

Standard Pear Tree Pyrus communis Concorde' is a popular compact self-fertile dessert pear. It’s a cross between a Conference Pear and Comice Pear - taking the best attributes from each making it one of the best varieties on the market today.

 

The pears are Yellow green, sometimes blushed red, have sweet and juicy soft flesh and can be easily picked from the tree from September.

 

Suitable for the patio, decking planters and small gardens.

 

 

 


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Standard Pear Concorde  100-120 cm - 1 tree

Standard Pear Concorde 100-120 cm - 1 tree A11006 - Pear Concorde 100

  • Delivered as pot plant
  • Pot size 20 cm
  • Delivery height incl pot 100 - 120 cm
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Standard Pear Concorde 100

Standard Pear Tree Pyrus communis Concorde' is a popular compact self-fertile dessert pear. It’s a cross between a Conference Pear and Comice Pear - taking the best attributes from each making it one of the best varieties on the market today.

 

The pears are Yellow green, sometimes blushed red, have sweet and juicy soft flesh and can be easily picked from the tree from September.

 

Suitable for the patio, decking planters and small gardens.

 

 

 

Details Standard Pear Concorde 100-120 cm

  • Blooms: April - May
  • Flower colour: white
  • Edible Fruit
  • Harvest: August - October
  • Full grown: 1 Year
  • Full grown: 3 Years
  • Full grown height: 1 - 1.50 m
  • Plant location: sunny
  • Plant depth: 20 cm
  • Plant spacing: 100 cm
  • Hardiness: -15 Celsius
  • Preferred soil: Well drained

How to take care of Pear Concorde 100

Soak the roots for approx. 2 hrs before planting and water well after planting and for the next few weeks. This is a hardy deciduous Pear Concorde 100 shrub it’s leaves do not appear until late spring.

Flowers appear in late summer and early autumn. Pear Concorde 100 needs a sunny sheltered position to thrive in. In colder areas, plant Pear Concorde 100 near a south-facing wall. Protect Pear Concorde 100 from cold winds.

Use a well-drained soil enriched with organic matter. Remove faded flower heads as they fade to prolong flowering. If Pear Concorde 100 is planted in pots, plant in spring. There will be little growth in the first year.

Pear Concorde 100 do well in various soil types. Pear Concorde 100 likes to be constantly moist, but not wet. Feed twice a month during the growing season and prune as necessary to control plant size.

Container-grown Pear Concorde 100 plants should be brought indoors in extreme winter conditions. Check Pear Concorde 100 plants periodically for pests such as aphids, white flies, and mealy bugs. Use a horticultural oil or insecticidal soap to control these pests.

Customer reviews

Margaret R., Glasgow

Plants were in very good condition and they arrived well packaged. I was pleased with both the prices and the delivery time.

      Excellent
11-07-2019

Reginald E., Leeds

Quick delivery,well packaged , healthy plants.Will use again.

     Excellent
09-07-2019

Susie C., Devon

The plants were delivered in a secure box and they were healthy and the soil hadn’t dried out. I was pleased with the quality of the plants I received.

      Excellent
08-07-2019

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