In Celtic mythology the Pear tree is sacred and symbolises good health and happiness.
This beautifully entwined pair of Pear trees will blossom and grow together forever to create a stunning, unforgettable gift that will always be treasured.
All the trees are organically nurtured here in The Present Tree's gardens. So when you place your order a beautiful entwined Pear tree will be freshly selected by our devoted gardeners before being carefully wrapped in organza and placed in its luxury parcel.
An exclusively designed card with your personal message, the story of the Pear tree's ancient symbolism and a full care guide is also enclosed with your gift. Add an engraved brass plaque (see images) inscribed with your message so this special gift is always remembered.
Please Note: Your entwined Pear tree will remain bare and dormant all winter until the warmth of our spring sunshine encourages new buds to blossom - it's well worth the wait!
Caring for your tree
Please place your tree outside, in its natural environment, even in chilly winter. In a few weeks, plant your tree, still in its organic pot so the roots are not disturbed, in a large flower pot (one with holes so water can drain away) or in a sunny spot in the garden.
Your entwined Pear tree gift is growing in its organic pot filled with top-notch compost, so no green-fingers required, just natural daylight and water. We have added special nutrients to create the perfect balance of nourishment. This organic goodness will gradually release into the soil to ensure your tree continues to flourish.
The deciduous Pear tree naturally transforms with every season. In spring an abundance of white flowers blossom with a wonderful fragrance, they are loved by our honey bees. Fresh leaves appear in early summer; this dense foliage is perfect for garden birds to safely make their nests. Dainty pears ripen in autumn, before the leaves turn stunning colours and fall.
This entwined Pear tree is approximately 50cm high, it is quite happy to be lightly pruned in early autumn and will reach a height of 4 metres in 10 years, if allowed to grow naturally.