Breathtaking Spring Flowers on a Fast Growing TreeHere at Nature Hills Nursery, we love it when a plant is well named and the Aristocrat flowering pear is most definitely well named. Stately, well-formed and eye-catchingly beautiful in the spring, the Aristocrat Flowering Pear Tree is a joy in the garden. This fast growing, hardy, flowering pear tree will delight you year round.Standing head and shoulders above other flowering spring trees, Aristocrat produces breathtakingly beautiful masses of white flowers before the leaves appear. People will stop and take pictures.The spring flower show is followed in summer by bright, glossy green, disease resistant foliage that turns a deep reddish-purple in mid to late fall to provide spectacular fall color. This is an ornamental pear, so there are no edible fruit to speak of, but the small fruits that are produced are loved by the birds that will be visiting your garden.One of the features that lends to this tree’s aristocratic air is that it has a stronger central trunk than most ornamental trees. This means that it is far more stable in summer downpours, or the heavy winds of fall or under the weight of snow in the winter.The Aristocrat Flowering Pear is for the most discriminating gardeners. Beautiful form and flowers make this tree an exceptional addition to any garden. Don’t let the planting season go by without adding this beauty to your yard and life. Order today! * Fast Growing * Disease Resistant * Brilliant Spring Show .
The Redspire Flowering Pear, ‘Pyrus calleryana “Redspire”, produces beautiful large white flowers in early spring. The flowers are larger than Bradford or Aristocrat flowering pears.The leaves emerge as red/purple and then turn a glossy green with a red tinge. The leaves turn to a yellow/orange color for an awesome fall display.The Redspire Flowering Pear develops small, pea sized reddish fruits that are attractive to birds and other wildlife. The fruits are quite persistent and may hang for up to a year.This tree has many uses including lawns, buffer strips, median strip plantings, small shade tree, specimen and as a residential street tree.The Redspire provides 3 seasons of interest: spring flowers, glossy summer foliage and spectacular fall color. It is tolerant of pollution, compacted soils, restricted rooting areas, drought and heat.* Early Spring Flowers* Shade Tree* Fall Color.
Fast Growing Lawn & Shade TreeThe Bradford Flowering Pear, tree Pyrus calleryana, ‘Bradford’, is an extremely popular, vigorous growing, medium size, shade tree with outstanding clusters of white blooms in spring and very attractive terrific yellow to red to purple foliage color in fall.The Bradford pear is a beautiful garden addition that produces no edible fruit. A great benefit of the Bradford is that it is a rapid grower, achieving a 12 to 15 feet increase in height over an 8 to 10 year period. Bradford Pear trees will tolerate most soil types. They are pest and pollution-resistant, and tolerate drought well. This flowering tree grows best in full sun.An excellent lawn and shade tree, Bradford Flowering Pear is pyramidal shape when young, developing a broad canopy with age. Bradford Flowering Pear is one of the most fire blight-resistant cultivars of the flowering pears!* Dramatic foliage* Year-round interest* Pyramidal habit.
Ornamental Tree with Fabulous Spring ColorThe New Bradford pear is an ornamental, deciduous tree. Plant one or more as main focal points in your yard for their superior spring and fall beauty.Your New Bradford Pear tree can grow up to 35 feet with a 30 foot spread. You’ll love its shape and form. The trunk grows straight and true with spreading branches, creating an overall oval nature.Before new leaves develop in the spring, your Pear tree will delight you with a prolific abundance of fragrant flowers that seem to blanket the tree in showy, white brilliance. It’s a spring stand-out in any yard!As your pear tree’s spring blossoms drift to the ground, glossy green foliage will emerge to create a full and verdant appearance to compliment your summer yard. As the days grow cooler, those same leaves will transform to the brilliant oranges and reds that will add zest to your autumn landscape.The New Bradford is a superior cultivar. While other pear trees struggle through high winds and winter snows, your New Bradford Pear was developed to resist storm damage and fireblight. It’s quite hardy, disease resistant and even drought tolerant.The New Bradford Pear tree is also a vigorous grower and will provide you with years of outstanding performance and enjoyment.* Spring and fall color* Disease resistant* Drought tolerant.
Striking Spring and Fall Color in a Hardy OrnamentalThe Cleveland Select Flowering Pear (Pyrus calleryana) is a hardy ornamental tree with year-round appeal. Because this tree is more tall than broad, it nestles neatly into a narrow spot between other plants or looks great in rows along a street or sidewalk. Your Cleveland Flowering Pear is certain to surprise you with its colorful nature. It’s a moderate to fast grower, so in no time at all you’ll be enjoying its spectacular display. The spring flowers are so dense that they seem to blanket the tree in white blossoms. Step close and you’ll note a unique, light fragrance wafting through the air. Tiny heart-shaped glossy, green leaves are a lovely contrast to the grey/brown bark throughout the summer. In the fall those leaves turn to a warm red/purple hue as winter approaches, again bathing your lawn in spectacular color. The Cleveland Flowering Pear thrives in almost any soils and gives great results even in heat or pollution. It can reach 30 feet in height with an oval shape 20 feet wide. You won’t have to even clean up after it as it doesn’t produce edible fruit. The Cleveland Flowering Pear is a versatile addition to almost any landscape. Its low maintenance, hardy nature and beautiful year-round appeal make it an ideal choice as an ornamental landscape tree. * Spectacular color spring and fall* Moderate to fast growth rate* Hardy* Columnar Habit.
Fast Growing Tree with Amazing Spring and Fall Color!The Chanticleer (Callery) Pear tree, Pyrus calleryana, ‘Glens Form’, is a tight, narrow, pyramidal, thornless, ornamental pear tree. The growth habit is dense, narrowly pyramidal, and evenly branched with crisp glossy green foliage; some specimens appear almost columnar in habit. Oval, glossy green leaves turn an attractive reddish purple in autumn. New growth shows a reddish tint. It displays a heavy abundance of single white flowers in the spring and an outstanding reddish-orange to purple fall color.This deciduous tree is a true four season tree with white flowers in early spring, shiny, dark green foliage in summer that changes to long lasting, dramatic shades of red and purple in mid to late autumn. In winter the tight, narrow form is a refined silhouette in the landscape. Chanticleer Pear trees are very hardy and fast growing, and are an excellent choice for a trouble-free, beautiful addition in any landscape situation!* Narrow, pyramidal shape* Four season tree* Hardy.