Ure -

Ure

Ure is an interspecific cross between pyrus ussuriensis and pyrus communis (our usual pear), it was discovered at the Morden research station in Manitoba.

HeightAvailabilityPriceQuantitySubtotal
1-2 Feetsold-out$35.00$0.00
2-3 Feetsold-out$40.00$0.00
Total$0.00

Fire blight resistant (the most important pear disease), its small 4-5 cm fruit are produced in large numbers and are sweet and juicy. Excellent fresh or for cooking, canning and freezing. Harvest mid-September. Being an interspecific cross, it has to be planted with its own similar Asian pollinator pear tree or with a Siberian Pear tree.

 

CharacteristicValue
Height at maturity10 metres (35 feet)
Spacing6 metres (20 feet)
Hardiness zone3
SoilWell drained
Sun / shadeFull sun
FloweringEarly to mid-May
HarvestMid-September
Average fruit weight
Fruit color
Years to bear fruit7
PollinationSelf-Sterile
Latin namePyrus 'Ure'
Average diameter of fruit
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