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Greenish-yellow skin, white flesh of high consistency and good flavour. Very rustic, tolerates low temperatures. It matures in October / November.
An old Turkish (Anatolian or Asia Minor) variety. Harvest period is the end of July. Akca is the earliest variety.
Sweet, aromatic, with a musky taste of exquisite delicacy. Fruit is a green brown colour with a red flush.
Looks like a Conference pear, but it can have an orange hue on the sunny side, and it is very heavy croppping.
The fruits are large and hard with flesh that turns pink in cooking. Fairly vigorous, reliable and hardy.
Fruits have yellowish-white, rather dry flesh with a sweet, perfumed flavour. A very good cooking pear.
Excellent flavoured cream coloured flesh which is sweet and juicy.
It produces mouthwatering fruit that are sweet and not gritty.
Sweet and juicy, fine flesh. Tends to be a vigourous tree and very prolific.
A very attractive looking pear, with a red/orange blush on the sunny side. A roundish pear of medium size.
A very juicy, sweet, fine-grained, melting, early yield, high and regular.
Very productive variety, ripening late autumn. Excellent for eating fresh or cooked.
Onward is an Engish dessert pear with excellent flavour and good reliable cropping, its flesh is soft and melting.
The flesh is creamy-white, with high consistency and decent flavour.
The taste of the fruit is very sweet, v ery fragrant and it is first quality.
The flesh is smooth, white, sweet and juicey.
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