“Growing Zones 5-9
Botanical Name Pyrus communis ‘Red Bartlett’
Mature Height 12 – 18 feet
Mature Spread 12 – 15 feet
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Growth Rate Medium
Flower Color White
Foliage Color Green
Pollinator Friendly Yes
Fruiting Time Mid-Season
Delicious, Reliable Red Bartlett Pear Tree
Beautiful Springtime Flower Display
Features Bright Red Color
Sweet, Crisp Flesh
Enjoy Fresh From the Tree, No Need to Wait
Great Canning Variety
Fruit Stores for Three Months
Gorgeous Fruit Tree
Cross Pollinated with European Pear or Asian Pear trees
Great for Beginners
Extremely Cold Hardy
For an elevated eating experience, try red-skinned Red Bartlett Pear (Pyrus ‘Red Bartlett’). Grow Pear trees in your own space to enjoy the luscious taste of homegrown fruit.
Unlike other European Pear varieties, Red Bartlett fully ripens on the tree. These beautiful, highly pigmented pears are amazing plucked and enjoyed, still warm from the sun.
They are incomparable as a fresh eating pear. The exceptional flesh is juicy, sweet and redolent of the world-famous Bartlett.
And these deciduous trees have several ornamental features.You’ll thrill each spring to the profuse floral display of white blooms.
Young, bell-shaped fruit develops with dark red stripes, and brightens to clear red as they mature. They are beautiful to look at, and their fruity-floral aroma adds to the enjoyment. Eat them fresh, or can them for use later in the year.
Best of all, this vigorous tree is hardy and long-lived. Beginners should take a good look at this variety.
These gorgeous pears taste best fresh from your backyard orchard. Order your Red Bartlett Pear trees today.
How to Use Red Bartlett Pear Tree in the Landscape
Red Bartlett Pear trees are versatile, growing well in agricultural, suburban and urban environments. Urban pollution doesn’t seem to be a problem for this amazing fruit tree.
It’s easy to keep fruit trees pruned to any size. All you need to do is spend a few minutes in summer tip pruning back to the height you want. Smaller fruit trees are easier to net and harvest.
Try them in a high-density planting with other varieties to cross-pollinate. Include other European Pears, or try a super-juicy, crisp Asian Pear tree.
Create a hard-working hedgerow along your fence by planting 7 feet apart on center. You’ll measure from the trunk of one to the trunk of the next.
Join the Edible Landscape trend and reap the rewards with easy-care fruiting trees like Red Bartlett. You can’t go wrong with this classic.
Red Bartletts are the beauty queens of the pear world. You’ll think of a million ways to use this healthy fruit.
Try them in salads, slaws,