Family Fruit Trees (Bare-rooted)
Family fruit trees are single trees composed of more than one variety. The need for a pollination partner can create difficulties in a small garden where there is room for only one tree. Growing a family tree can be the solution. A significant advantage with family trees is the ease with which bees will pollinate the whole tree and hence all varieties get a good fruit set.
Family trees will grow to 2.5-3.5m (8-12ft) in height and should be spaced 3-4.5m (10-15ft) apart.
Trees are available for despatch from late November until March.
Family Pear 'Doyenne Du Comice, Conference and Concorde.
A great pear medley.