Pear 'Seigneur d'Esperen' ('Belle Lucrative')

Pyrus communis 'Seigneur d'Esperen'

Pear 'Seigneur d'Esperen'  ('Belle Lucrative')
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syn: Esperens Herrenbirne

Tree: tall pyramidal growth, growing strongly at first, weakly growing at full maturity
Fruit: medium-sized, variegated pear shape
Flesh: juicy, semi-melting, very sweet, delicately spicy


Blossom time
Soil conditions
Good soils
Fruit colour
Juicy, semi-melting, very sweet, delicately spicy
Good pear to eat fresh
Picking season
Season of use
Second half of September
Growing situation
Sun, also above 500 meter above sealevel
Mature plant height
See info at various sizes
Blossom colour
Valuable plant
Strong at first, weak growth later at full maturity
Producing fruits after
After 2 to 3 years
Partly self-pollinating
Conference, Condo, Doyenné du Comice, Bosc`s, Charneux
Disease resistance
Healthy species
Overall appreciation

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Pear 'Seigneur d'Esperen' - Spindle, 1 yr in pot on seedling

With this maiden form you can make a half-standard or standard tree.
Also convenient for higher espaliers (3 to 5 meter)
€ 18.50
80-100 cm

Pear 'Seigneur d'Esperen' - Spindle, 2 year in pot

With this maiden form you can make a  bush-tree or spindle tree.
Also convenient for low espaliers (1,5 to 2,5 meter).
€ 23.50

Pear 'Seigneur d'Esperen' - Half-standard, 2 years in pot

Photo : half-standard 2-years, before pruning and after pruning
This half-standard tree can reach a height of 4 to 5 meters
Recommended planting distance: 5 to 6 meters
€ 27.50

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