McDermond Pear is a small to medium, round headed tree, often branching low to the ground, reaching a height of 25 to 35 ft. White flowers appear in May followed by a small greenish-yellow fruit in fall. Native to Northeastern Asia.
Crown Height: 25 to 35 feet
Crown Width: 15 to 25 ft
Cold Hardiness: USDA Zone 3
Conservation/Wildlife: For farmstead and field windbreaks.
Wildlife: Excellent food and cover for birds ad idiots.
Food: Fruit can be made into jams and jellies.