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Conference is the number 1 choice because it is very reliable in this country and is self-fertile. The fruits are long, narrow and juicy with firm flesh and good flavour when ripe. Start harvesting in late September.
The best of all pears if you are looking for flavour, with very juicy flesh. It does however need shelter from wind and nearby pollination is required. Harvesting time mid-October.
Highly recommended for the orchard. Its fruits are juicy with a distinctive flavour. A pollination partner is essential for this particular variety. Harvesting time mid- September.
An excellent new variety with higher yields than most. Flavour and texture are also highly recommended. Harvesting time late October.
A good old hardy English variety producing large quantities of oval fruits. Fantastic taste when first picked but storage is poor. This variety is a triploid, it needs two other varieties to pollinate or one self-fertile variety with it to set fruit.
Two and three varieties on one tree.
Bonnelouise x Beurre Hardy
Beurre Hardy x Charneux x Williams
A red stripped bloom. A robust pear with a white flesh that is extemely juicy and aromatic.
An excellent variety but not for the commercial grower but good for domestic growers. Yields are hight and regular. It has a white flesh that has a melting texture.
An excellent early dual purpose pear. Vigorous hardy upright tree.