Pear Williams Bon Chretien Tree 15L
Two Large Trees for £69
This Williams Bon Chretien Pear Tree is great for those who like their dessert pears a little bit different! These dessert pears are green with a sweet, musky flavour, and are exceptionally juicy. The pears are usually ready in September: perfect for picking straight from the tree on glorious autumn evenings!
The Williams Bon Chretien Pear Tree requires pollination from either:
Pear Doyenne Du Comice
Important: Due to the size of our 10-15 litre tree range we are only able to dispatch them on our standard delivery service even if speedy delivery is selected and paid for at the checkout.
Variety: 'Williams' Bon Chrétien'
Foliage Colour: green
Award of Garden Merit: Yes
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