Pyrus ussuriensis ‘Ure’
Exposure: Full Sun
Mature Size: 18′ H X 12′ W
Flower Color: White
Fruit ripening time: Mid September
Fruit Color & Size: Greenish-yellow, 2″ diameter
Pollination: requires cross-pollination
Taste: Firm & juicy
Description: This prairie hardy home orchard tree features showy white flowers, greenish-yellow fruit, and dark green leaves that turn a deep red in the fall. Ideal for jams, jellies, or fruit preserves.
Ornamental Features: White flowers surrounded by small, waxy dark green leaves throughout most of the spring, summer and fall. The green leaves change to a deep red color and fruit buds appear and grow into greenish yellow pears.
Landscape Attributes: Very hardy deciduous tree with a rounded form. Disease resistant.