Bartlett & Seckel Pears
Pyrus communis spp.
Nonnative food producing trees, 15 to 35 feet in height with relatively straight trunk and ascending branches that give them a classic pyramidal shape. White flowers in spring. Bartlett is a larger, softer pear. Seckel is smaller, crisper/harder and available to wildlife August thru late December.

Seedlings are 1 year old, 9 to 34 inches (avg. 20).