These grafted pear trees are 3-6 feet tall bare root varieties.
Ayers: Upright pear growing up to 25 to 30 feet tall. The tree is fire blight resistant. The blooms are partially self-pollinating. The flesh is smooth and melting with a very sweet flavor. Ripens late July to early August. Zones 5 - 8.
Keiffer: European crossed with Chinese sand pear. Has large yellow fruit. Produces fruit in late September to October. Very hardy to zone 4 and tolerates hot climates.
Magness: Dessert pear with smooth tasty flesh, another pear variety is needed for pollination, has good fireblight resistance, good storage pear.
Maxine: Heirloom pear found in 1930 in Ohio. Upright growth habit and is fire-blight resistant. The pear is firm without grit cells.
Moonglow: Vigorous, upright growing pear that stores well and has a mid harvest season. The tree is fire blight resistant. This variety has large fruit with a juicy, subacid flesh which has very few grit cells. Moonglow is a good pear for fresh eating. Zones 5 - 8.