A varied selection of our pear trees

Invincible delwinor fertilia ®
Invincible delwinor fertilia ®

Invincible is well named because it is tough and hardy, setting heavy crops each year and will often produce a second flowering after a heavy frost. The fruit quality is fair with a host of dessert and cooking options. The strength is … Read More

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Josephine de Malines
Josephine de Malines

A small, conical, greenish-yellow variety of delicious flavour with a dark red flush. Sweet and moderately juicy. Shows good resistance to pear scab. Keeps very well. (Belgium 1830)  

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Pear – Beth
Pear – Beth

Beurré Superfin x Williams’ Bon Chrétien. An excellent garden variety. Pale green, turning to pale yellow with smooth skin. Small, sweet, juicy flesh. Good cropper. (Kent 1938)

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Pear – Beurre Hardy
Pear – Beurre Hardy

Medium-large, light green almost covered with bronze russet. Rough skin. Tender and juicy with rose water flavour. Good cropper. Vigorous tree and good for poor soils. (France 1820)

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Pear – Beurre Superfin
Pear – Beurre Superfin

Medium size, mid-green turning yellow with many light brown russet patches. Rough skin. Pale yellow melting flesh has delicious scented flavour. A high quality pear which does not crop well in all areas, but well worth growing in warm sheltered sites. (Angers, France … Read More

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Pear – Concorde ®
Pear – Concorde ®

Conference x Doyenné du Comice. Medium to large fruit. Pale green turning yellow, some with large patches of gold or brown russet. Pale yellow flesh is sweet and juicy with a pleasant mild flavour. Very heavy cropping and compact grower. Recognised as one of … Read More

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Pear – Conference
Pear – Conference

One of the most reliable varieties with good self fertility. Medium size yellowish-green with brown russet over areas of the fruit, occasionally pink flushed on chalk soil. Sweet and juicy. Good cropper. (Herts. 19th Century)  

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Pear – Doyenne du Comice
Pear – Doyenne du Comice

A superb quality pear. Medium-large, pale green changing to yellow. Some fruits have a red flush. Pale yellow flesh has rich juicy flavour. Recognised for superb eating quality but needs good pollination – Conference or Williams’ Bon Chrétien would be ideal. (France 19th Century)  

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Pear – Humbug ®
Pear – Humbug ®

This highly unusual green, yellow and pink striped pear offers something very special for the garden. In its native country it is known as the ‘Easter Pear’ as it is traditionally stored through winter and paraded as a table decoration before … Read More

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Pear – Onward
Pear – Onward

This is an excellent quality pear, quite resistant to spring frosts. Medium size. Light green fruit changes to yellow-green, some have a pinkish flush and others a heavy russet. Creamy white flesh has a sweet rich and juicy flavour. Good cropper. Will not pollinate … Read More

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Pear – Sensation
Pear – Sensation

A sport of Williams’ Bon Chrétien, with red skin and striking red foliage in the spring. Creamy-white, fine texture, melting and juicy. Best pollinators are Conference, Doyenné du Comice and Winter Nelis. (Australia 1940)  

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Pear – Williams’ Bon Chretien
Pear – Williams’ Bon Chretien

A good early eating variety, medium-large, pale green turning to golden yellow. Very juicy and sweet. Regular good cropper. (Aldermaston, Berkshire 18th Century)  

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