Dwarf Bosc Pear Tree - Cinnamon brown pears are some of the sweetest and most hardy! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall.)
Dwarf Bosc Pear Tree - Cinnamon brown pears are some of the sweetest and most hardy! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall.)
Dwarf Bosc Pear Tree - Cinnamon brown pears are some of the sweetest and most hardy! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall.)
Dwarf Bosc Pear Tree - Cinnamon brown pears are some of the sweetest and most hardy! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall.)
Dwarf Bosc Pear Tree - Cinnamon brown pears are some of the sweetest and most hardy! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall.)
Dwarf Bosc Pear Tree - Cinnamon brown pears are some of the sweetest and most hardy! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall.)

Dwarf Bosc Pear Tree - Cinnamon brown pears are some of the sweetest and most hardy! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall.)

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Some of the most recognizable pears, Bosc are easily identified by their cinnamon-brown skin and unique shape. The elongated neck of a Bosc pear sharply widens out to achieve a nicely rounded spherical form on the bottom. Bosc is famous for being one of the densest pears, meaning that they are incredibly durable and thrive in conditions where softer pears wouldn’t stand a chance. Their thick outer skin and densely firm texture protects Bosc pears from both pests and harsh weather conditions! Beneath its tough exterior though, Bosc pears are extremely sweet and delicious. The creamy white flesh inside is actually quite soft, juicy, and contains aromatic floral tasting notes that are quite similar to nectarines! of  Also known as the Kaiser pear, Bosc also has one of the latest harvest seasons of all pears. These delicious pears typically don’t reach their peak ripeness until late September to the middle of October. Bosc pear trees can extend your orchards harvest season by over 30 days. This means that by planting a Bosc tree, you can enjoy fresh fruit for an extra month every year! This unique pear tree will reach 8-10 feet in height with a spread of 6-8 feet.

What's great about the Bosc Pear Tree? 

  •  Dense cinnamon-brown skin protects these pears from harsh weather!
  •  Aromatic floral tasting notes that are quite similar to nectarines!
  • Thick outer skin and densely firm texture protects Bosc pears from both pests and harsh weather conditions.
  • One of the latest harvest seasons of all pears.
  • Bosc pear trees can extend your orchards harvest season by over 30 days!

 

 

Cold Hardiness Zones 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Min. Temperature -25° F, (-32° C)
Self-Pollinating Yes Botanical Name Pyrus communis 'Bosc'
Mature Height (ft.) 10' - 15' Mature Width (ft.) 8' - 12'
Harvest Season Summer through Fall Recommended Spacing (ft.) 8' - 20'
Best Seasons to Plant for Zones 7 - 11 Fall through Spring
Best Seasons to Plant for Zones 2 - 6
Spring
Optimal Soil Condition
Acidic - Neutral
Fragrance
Mild
Blossom Color White Fruit Color Bronze, speckled white
Tasting Notes Very juicy, hints of butterscotch Flesh Color Bright white