SECKEL New York 1790


A must for the home orchard. Hardy and self-fertile. Hardiest bloom in the spring. Resistant to fire blight; it's reported that if any trees survive, Seckels do. Fruit small, reddish-brown russet over yellow or greenish-brown. Best flavor. Flesh creamy white and sweet. Good for preserving, spicing. Thinning produces better size fruit. Often known as the Sugar Pear. Tree is naturally semi-dwarf.

Bloom: Midseason
USDA Zone: 5,6,7,8,9,10
Pollination: Self-fertile
Fruit Storage: Good
Fireblight Resistance: Good
Ripens: Midseason
Rootstock: Semidwarf

Conventionally Grown and Certified Organic. Certified Organic sold out.

Trees are shipped bareroot during their winter dormancy from January through mid-April depending on USDA zone.

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