Exposure: Full Sun

Water: Medium

Height and Spread: H 25’ x W 15’

Blooming Season: Spring

Region: All areas

The Chanticleer Pear is a deciduous flowering tree that produces profuse clusters of white flowers in early spring followed by small round, hard, bitter fruits that can last into winter. Its shallow roots and pyramidal form make it a great choice for a landscape with limited space. Other advantages of the Chanticleer Pear are that it is favored by birds because of its dense branch structure and that it provides food throughout the year for birds, insects and bees.