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Carefully Packaged UK Grown Trees

Concorde Pear Tree

Eating Pear Trees

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Was: £42.99 (VAT Free)
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Pear Concorde is a popular variety for its heavy and reliable crops.The green and russet large pears are juicy with a melting flesh. Concorde pears are sweet with a mild flavour and crop in late October. As a self fertile pear tree Concorde can be grown alone without a pollination partner. more ›
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Concorde Pear Tree Concorde Pear Tree
12L pot 2 year old / 150-180cm Quince A (semi-vigorous) £39.99 (VAT Free) was £42.99 (VAT Free)
Concorde Pear Tree Concorde Pear Tree
12L pot 2 year old / 120-150cm Quince C (dwarf) £39.99 (VAT Free) was £42.99 (VAT Free)
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Delivery Timescales

Most deliveries are made within a week of placing the order. All trees are carefully packed by our experienced team, with many despatched to our tried and tested couriers within 24 hours (please allow up to 10 days). These trees are sent on a 'no signature required' basis, so there's no need to be in. You can give instructions on where to leave them via the checkout or email us (

There is a slightly longer timescale on pleached and mature trees (trees over 2.5m in height) because we group orders together by geographic area for specialist delivery - we will contact these customers to notify them of the delivery date and whether the delivery driver needs help unloading the trees.

Gift trees and those required for arrival by a specific date can be accommodated with pleasure, although we accept no legal responsibility for late deliveries.

Our nursery is a busy despatch centre, so please make an appointment to collect or view trees.  For collections, despatch charges will be refunded.

Delivery Costs

1 small tree (most trees with a height under 1.5 metres) : £7.95 + vat

1 medium tree (most trees 1.5-2 metres in height) or 2-4 small trees: £9.95 + vat

2+ medium trees or 5+ small trees: £12.95 + vat

1-4 large trees (trees too large to fit in a box): £19.95 + vat

Mature, pleached or 5+ large trees: Cost is calculated in the checkout process and varies by postcode. You can buy additional trees with no increase in delivery cost.

The above prices exclude the Scottish Highlands, where delivery starts from £24.95 + vat and is calculated in the checkout process.

Northern Ireland, Channel Islands and Non Mainland UK

Our courier charges are not viable for just one or two trees, but if you have a larger requirement then please do speak to us to see if we can find a solution.

Planting Advice for Concorde Pear Trees

Concorde is self-fertile and doesn’t require a pollination partner. If you do want to plant multiple pear trees, they should be spaced according to their rootstock, for example a Quince A (semi-vigorous) rootstock will require approx. 3 metres between trees, whereas a Quince C (dwarf) rootstock will require approx. 2 metres between trees.

Pot grown pear trees can be planted at any time of the year but bare root pear trees need to be planted between November and March. Remove weeds and grass within a metre of your desired planting hole then dig a hole slightly deeper than your root mass and approximately 3x as wide. To help your tree establish more effectively, we advise applying root grow. Gently loosen the roots and place into the planting hole. Using 50% of the original soil and 50% compost, fill in the hole and firm around gently. Make sure not to bank the soil up around the collar of the tree as this can cause problems. We recommend planting pear trees using a stake and tie kit, along with a rabbit guard unless you are cordon or espalier training them in which case they will need wire support systems.

The Pear Tree Planting & Care guide has further information and videos.

Watering & Aftercare Advice for Concorde Pear Trees

If you’re planting in spring, summer or dry weather, water well and regularly for the first few months. If you’re planting in autumn, you may only need to water your tree a little. Keep an eye on young pear trees and adjust watering as required. To check if the soil requires further water, dig a finger down into the soil, a few centimetres, and if the soil feels even slightly moist, it does not need further watering. If it feels dry, water and repeat this test again. Keep the area free of competing weeds and grass for the first couple of growing seasons.

Pruning Advice for Concorde Pear Trees

It is important to prune your pear tree for the first few years after planting to ensure a healthy, balanced shape. Your tree should have one central leader and several strong side shoots. Straight after planting, remove the lowest laterals and prune the rest back to about 10-15cm in length. Carry out this type of formative pruning in early spring.

In the following years, remove any shoots growing out of the trunk to maintain a clear stem. Also remove crossing, diseased or damaged branches. If your tree is looking overcrowded, remove some of the larger branches to open up the canopy. Carry out this type of pruning between November and March.

Concorde Pear Tree (Eating Pear Trees) Description

  • Use: Eating Pear
  • Cropping period: Mid season (Late October)
  • Keeping period: 2 months
  • Flavour: Sweet
  • Heritage: Kent 1977
  • Pollination group: B Self fertile
  • Height in 10 years*: Quince C (dwarf) 2m, Quince A (semi vigorous) 3-3.5m

*This is an indication of the un-pruned height of this variety of Pear tree on the different rootstocks in 10 years. Variations on these heights will occur when different factors are introduced such as planting position, pruning, geography etc.