A pear / quince rootstock more dwarfing than Quince A, and it can grow to 3.5m tall
Used for grafting pears and quinces. It is more vigourous than Quince C, and it can grow to 4.5m tall
A large spreading tree. The earliest perry pear tree to start growing in the spring.
Makes excellent perry. Medium acidity and tannin. High in sugar.
English perry pear first propagated about 1790. Very scab resistant.
Vintage quality perry pear which ripens early with medium acids and tannins.
Early midseason harvest. The fruits are small but can also be eaten. Fallen fruits resemble baby hedgehogs. The tree can be rather compact growth and is very scab-resistant.
Late midseason harvest. Heavy, conspicuous spur systems on vigorous tree. Scab resistant.
Heavy and reliable cropper. Harvest midseason. Fruit medium-sized, crisp, juicy, mildly acid. Midseason bloom.
Smooth creamy white flesh and a sweet juicy flavour.
It produces mouthwatering fruit that are sweet and not gritty.
Excellent flavoured cream coloures flesh which is sweet and juicy.
Excellent flavoured cream coloured flesh which is sweet and juicy.
Sweet, aromatic, with a musky taste of exquisite delicacy. Fruit is a green brown colour with a red flush.
Compact habit. Abundant crops of small to medium round nuts of good flavour. Good pollinator. Can grow to 3.7m / 12ft tall but can be coppiced on a 3 year cycle.
Onward is an Engish dessert pear with excellent flavour and good reliable cropping, its flesh is soft and melting.
A very enjoyable first rate apple, with a rich aromatic flavour.
Fruits have firm, rather coarse textured juicy flesh with a rich aromatic flavour.
Introduced in 1938. Fruits have firm, rather coarse-textured, fairly juicy flesh with a sweet, slightly acid and pleasant aromatic flavour.
Fruits are crisp and juicy with a pleasant aromatic flavour and yellowish flesh.
Pyrodwarf are excellent winter hardiness. There is no need for support. Pyrodwarf has good compatibility with all pear cultivars. Approx 50% more productivity than Quince A or C.
Used for grafting pears and quinces, and has a good compatibility with all types of pears.
Not to be confused with the new hybrid 'Pear Apple' or 'Papple' or even the Quince - On trial.
It is a yellow-green striped Autumn Pear. It is of medium size, with a melting flesh that is sufficiently juicy, sweet.
A very juicy, sweet, fine-grained, melting, early yield, high and regular.
Taynton Squash Perry Pear', can produce a perry considered equal to Champagne.
Fruits have white, melting, very juicy flesh with a sweet flavour.
This is a large pear sometimes it can be enormous. Flesh is white, melting, almost free of stones, sweet, slightly aromatic, tasty enough but sometimes it can be lacking.
The Old Home pear variety is resistant to fire blight and pear decline.
Originated in England in the 1600s. Early midseason. High acids, high tanins. Large, vigorous, long-lived tree. Scab susceptible.
The official name of the pear is actually Moorcroft and Stinking Bishop is one of its many other names, including Malvern Pear, Choke Pear, and Choker.
The fruit can be large to very large, greenish yellow, very juicy, sweet with fine flavour, melting.
It is regarded as one of the best single variety to make into excellent perry. The juice produced is sweet and well flavoured.
Sweet and juicy, fine flesh. Tends to be a vigourous tree and very prolific.
Fruits have yellowish-white, rather dry flesh with a sweet, perfumed flavour. A very good cooking pear.
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