Chanticleer Pear

The Chanticleer pear is a dense flowering tree. It maintains its narrow form so it can be suitable for street plantings. It is one of the first deciduous trees to leaf out early spring and one of the last to drop in fall. The Chanticleer is ornamental, meaning that it does not bear fruit. The Chanticleer pear produces white flowers borne in clusters. It does not have dependable fall color but can develop red to purple fall color.

Pyrus calleryana ‘chanticleer’

SIZE & GROWTH RATE

Average Growth Rate is Moderate
Mature Size 40' Tall x 15' Wide

LIGHT NEEDS

Full sun

DECIDUOUS OR EVERGREEN

Deciduous

FLOWER DESCRIPTION

Flowers:White flowers borne in clusters Color:White