Kieffer Pear Trees are some of the most versatile fruit trees you can grow. They are cold hardy, can take hot summers, and are even resistant to short periods of drought. Kieffer Pear Trees reach heights of up to 25 feet, and produce large, yellow, tasty pears that are considered to be one of the finest quality pears available. They have crisp juicy flesh and can be used for everything from eating fresh to baking and canning.
Kieffer Pear Trees are suitable for growing in USDA Zones 4 to 9, making them a variety that can be grown in warmer southern regions when compared to other pears. These beautiful trees like full sun, well-drained soil, and a steady supply of water with periods of slight soil drying in between. Treat yourself to fragrant white blooms in spring, followed by ripe delectable Kieffer Pears ready to harvest in October.