I bought 3 Cleveland Tree's 4 years ago to replace some huge Pine & Sweetgum Tree's I had cut down in the back yard, they have grown so far to about 30 feet tall, they are beautful. Great shade tree's, beautiful white flowers in the spring then a deep lush green until they turn scarlet at the end of fall. I actually catch myself staring at them on how beautiful they are, they are surely the perfect yard tree. If I had a larger back yard I would plant a few more. I look forward to the day when they are fully grown to a max of 40 ft. Seems they are the 1st tree to bloom in the spring and the last tree's to lose their leaves before winter. They are one of my favorite tree's.
I bought the tree as a tribute and memorial to my deceased husband. It was 5' tall when we planted it. Three years later it is 15' tall and has beauiful white flowers for the first time. The leaves are a beautiful green and the tree is stunning overall. I look at it and enjoy it every day. I could not be more pleased!
By: Nancy Miller
this tree arrived in excellent condition and has done really well. It even bloomed this spring, even though it was less than a year old. Very pleased
Love Love Love my Cleveland Pear Tree-We just planed it three seasons ago, and this year we have the more beautiful little flowers. The first year it was a pretty bad winter and we were scared of what might happen but... It is beautiful and growing so fast. I will try to remember to post photos of before and now.. Thanks Again. I have alreay returned for another tree- this time the Nules Patio Tree. We just planted it and placed it out on our front porch. Love it and will post phots of that too...
It's been almost a year since I received and planted the Cleveland pear tree and it's doing great despite our windy, dry, hot environment. We are in the middle of a drought here in N.M. and this tree is thriving. All I do is water it regularly. I am extremely pleased with this product and will order from them again.
By: charles jones
I purchased two Cleveland Pear Trees last year and just recently transplanted them to another location that will not cause any concerns with powerline in the future...The reason why I'm posting is not to say the trees has grown quickly but to comment on the resilience of these trees...It was easy to transplant because of the main tap root in the center and the trees did not show any signs of transplanting shock. I would recommend these trees to any one who is looking for an almost maintanance free tree that has the strength/resilience needed to with stand the test of times.