Benita ® Rafzas

Pear

Pear x Asian Pear combining the best of these fruits. Crisp texture, mellow sweet flavour, hardy and disease resistant.

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Beth

Pear

Small, sweet, juicy flesh. Pale green to pale yellow with smooth skin. Good cropper. Excellent dessert variety.

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Beurre Hardy

Pear

Light green covered with bronze russet. Rough skin. Tender, juicy with rose water flavour. Good cropper.

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Beurre Superfin

Pear

Medium size, mid-green turning yellow with light brown russet patches. Pale yellow flesh has delicious scented flavour.

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Black Worcester

Pear

Large, dull green with brown russet, many have purplish flush. Crisp, coarse, fairy juicy flesh. Excellent stewing pear.

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Blakeney Red (Perry)

Pear

Very reliable, heavy cropping variety. Fruit yellow with heavy flush. Makes a medium acid/tannin perry.

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Brandy (Perry)

Pear

Small, pale greenish-yellow with bright red flush. Crops heavily, can bear biennially. Tree is small-medium.

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Cannock (Perry)

Pear

A small general purpose pear for perry, bottling, stewing and possibly eating if stored long enough.

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Catillac

Pear

Large full green fruit changing to greenish yellow. Some fruits develop a red flush and slight russet. Excellent for baking.

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Celebration ® NUVAR

Pear

Large pyriform of excellent dessert quality. Light green on a yellow background. Strong growing and healthy.

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Christie

Pear

Well known amongst Scottish fruit enthusiasts. Large, sweet, mellow and a reliable cropper.

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Concorde

Pear

Pale green turning yellow, patches of gold/brown russet. Flesh sweet and juicy. Heavy cropping. Compact grower.

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Conference

Pear

Yellowish-green with brown russet areas, occasional pink flush on chalk soil. Sweet, juicy eater and a good cropper.

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Conference Moors Giant®

Pear

A remarkable find in an orchard in Belgium. Up to 40% bigger than normal Conference pears, otherwise the same as normal Conference including being self fertile.

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Doyenne du Comice

Pear

Pale green turning yellow. Occasional red flush. Pale yellow flesh, rich juicy flavour. Superb eating quality.

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Durondeau

Pear

Fruit has attractive lenticels and brownish russet skin. Melting, juicy flesh has a sweet pleasant flavour.

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Emile D`Heyst

Pear

Light green turning yellowish-green. Some solid/mottled area of russet. Moderately juicy, sweet subacid flavour.

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Fondante d’Automne

Pear

A green turning yellow fruit with a pinkish flush and mottled brown russet. Fine melting juicy texture. Fine quality.

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Gin (Perry)

Pear

A rare but excellent variety for resistance to scab and canker with good keeping quality and medium acid and tannin.

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Glou Morceau

Pear

Yellowish-green with a little russet. Fine, melting and juicy texture, classic flavour. Reliable cropper.

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Gorham

Pear

Pale green turning yellow, some are heavily russetted. Cream, fine and juicy flesh with a sweet musky flavour.

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Green Horse (Perry)

Pear

Olive green-yellow fruits with orange flush. Makes a high acid and low tannin perry of good quality.

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Hellens Early (Perry)

Pear

Heavy crops of round, greenish-yellow fruits. Makes a medium tannin perry of average quality.

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Hendre Huffcap (Perry)

Pear

Yellowish-green or yellow with a russet around the stem end. Medium acid, low tannin for a pleasant, light quality perry.

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