Siberian Pear tree -

Siberian Pear tree

The Ussurian pear tree is a good pollinator, its flowers are beautiful in May, but its fruits are not edible (they are not poisonous, they just don't taste good at all).

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It is also a wonderful choice for a windbreaker as it keeps its branches very low in height. Furthermore, this pear tree is extremely hardy (Zone 2). It was forgotten for a long time, but is now gaining in popularity, certainly because of its beauty. In spring, it gives the most beautiful show of white flowers you will find, and in summer it is still attractive with its glossy leaves. Its fallen fruit will feed fauna, but be aware that the fallen fruit can become quite messy. Plant them 25' apart.

Height at maturity10 metres (35 feet)
Spacing6 metres (20 feet)
Hardiness zone2
SoilWell drained
Sun / shadeFull sun
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Years to bear fruit10
Latin namePyrus ussuriensis
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