Pears

Pears are relatively easy to establish and can even be grown in containers. They fall into mainly two catagories, dessert pears for eating, and cookers, as the name suggests, for cooking! Biting into a succulent, perfectly-ripe pear is one of the delights of autumn.


   


 

Beth - Excellent garden variety, pale green fruit turning pale yellow with a smooth skin. Small and juicy.

USE: September-November. ROOT STOCK: Quince A. POLLINATION GROUP: 3.

           
       

Concorde - Heavy cropping variety with large pale green fruit and tender juicy flesh.

USE: September-November. ROOT STOCK: Quince A. POLLINATION GROUP: 3 (SELF FERTILE).

           
       

Conference - Long, pale green fruit with patches of russet. Excellent flavour. Hardy and frost resistant.

USE: September-November. ROOT STOCK: Quince A. POLLINATION GROUP: 3-SELF FERTILE.

           
       

Invincible Delwinor - NEW VARIETY. A tough and very hardy form, producing heavy crops. An excellent polinator.

USE: September-November. ROOT STOCK: Quince A. POLLINATION GROUP: 2.

           
       

Williams bon Chretien - Yellow skinned fruits with red spots. The juicy tender flesh has a delicious sweet musky flavour.

USE: August. ROOT STOCK: Quince A. POLLINATION GROUP: 3.

           
        Family Pear Tree - Three varieties on one tree! Comice-Conference-Concorde.

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