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Scott Bauer, USDA/ARS

(Blake's Pride Pear, Pear)

The seckel-type fruit of this modern pear is symmetrical with yellow, glossy skin with tan russet hues. The flesh is aromatic, slightly buttery and juicy, and the fruits store well, for as long as three months if picked at the right time and stored correctly. The upright to spreading trees are resistant to fire blight, high yielding and produce fruits mid-season. The original tree was hybridized in 1965 by H. J. Brooks, released in 1998 and named in honor of Roland C. Blake, a plant breeder that...

(Burkett Pear, Culinary Pear, Dessert Pear, Pear)

The luscious, golden, often buttery-fleshed fruit of pears is a welcome late-season treat. These beloved deciduous fruit trees originate from Europe and Asia, and evidence shows their fruits were gathered and eaten in pre-history times. Broad cultivation of pears began in ancient Greece and Rome. Now there are over 1000 wonderful cultivated varieties available that differ in fruit color, size, flavor and texture. Like apples, peaches, cherries and plums, pears are in the king of the edible fruit...

(Cascade Pear, Pear)

The luscious, golden, often buttery-fleshed fruit of pears is a welcome late-season treat. These beloved deciduous fruit trees originate from Europe and Asia, and evidence shows their fruits were gathered and eaten in pre-history times. Broad cultivation of pears began in ancient Greece and Rome. Now there are over 1000 wonderful cultivated varieties available that differ in fruit color, size, flavor and texture. Like apples, peaches, cherries and plums, pears are in the king of the edible fruit...

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U. P. Hedrick, The Pears of New York, USDA/ARS

(Clapp Favorite Pear, Pear)

The beautiful fruits of this heirloom pear are greenish-yellow blushed with russet tones and best known for their fine, juicy flesh that melts away in the mouth. It was developed in Dorchester, Massachusetts by Thaddeus Clapp sometime before 1860 and is a cross between ‘Flemish Beauty’ and ‘Bartlett.’ Many list this cultivar as ‘Clapp’s Favorite’ but in its original citation is was listed as ‘Clapp Favorite.’ It is known to be susceptible to fire blight but is resistant to Monilinia, the fungal pathogen...

(Columbia Red Anjou Pear, Dessert Pear, Pear)

This fall-bearing modern pear was discovered as a sport of the French heirloom cultivar, ‘Beurre d'Anjou.’ Its beautiful fruits are uniformly red, flavorful and slow to ripen. Fully ripe fruits are slightly granular, firm but tender and juicy and have a sweet, spicy flavor. It was discovered in Hood River Valley, Oregon and first vegetatively propagated in 1979.

Pears are deciduous fruit trees that originate from Europe and Asia. They are medium-sized, have upright, pyramidal habits and thrive...

(Concorde Pear, Pear)

The luscious, golden, often buttery-fleshed fruit of pears is a welcome late-season treat. These beloved deciduous fruit trees originate from Europe and Asia, and evidence shows their fruits were gathered and eaten in pre-history times. Broad cultivation of pears began in ancient Greece and Rome. Now there are over 1000 wonderful cultivated varieties available that differ in fruit color, size, flavor and texture. Like apples, peaches, cherries and plums, pears are in the king of the edible fruit...

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USDA/ARS

(Dessert Pear, Doyenné du Comice Pear, Pear)

Usually grown as a grafted semi-dwarf tree, the heirloom pear ‘Doyenné du Comice’ is valued for its large, short-necked, yellow-green pears with a russet red blush. The tender, luscious, juicy fruit is sweet and buttery when ripe. This fall bearing, French cultivar that has been in cultivation since the mid-nineteenth century and is still considered one of the standards by which other varieties are judged.

Pears are beloved deciduous fruit trees that originate from Europe and Asia. They are...

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U. P. Hedrick, The Pears of New York, USDA/ARS

(Pear)

The luscious, golden, often buttery-fleshed fruit of pears is a welcome late-season treat. These beloved deciduous fruit trees originate from Europe and Asia, and evidence shows their fruits were gathered and eaten in pre-history times. Broad cultivation of pears began in ancient Greece and Rome. Now there are over 1000 wonderful cultivated varieties available that differ in fruit color, size, flavor and texture. Like apples, peaches, cherries and plums, pears are in the king of the edible fruit...

(Flordahome Pear, Pear)

Fruiting reliably in areas such as northern Florida that experience little winter chill, ‘Flordahome' is valued for its large, green pears with juicy, smooth, sweet flesh. This summer bearing cultivar is also fire blight resistant.

Pears are beloved deciduous fruit trees that originate from Europe and Asia. They are medium-sized, have upright, pyramidal habits and thrive in most temperate regions. In spring, they produce five-petaled, white flowers that are fragrant and attract bees in droves....

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J. Postman, USDA/ARS

(Dessert Pear, Forelle Pear, Forellenbirne, Pear)

The very old German heirloom pear, ‘Forelle’, was developed around 1700 and is commonly known as Forellenbirne, which translates to “Trout Pear." Its medium-sized, oblong fruits are deep yellow, often with a reddish blush, and typically have red or greenish spots. The flesh within is firm, white and somewhat juicy. The fruits are produced in early fall and the trees have an upright habit and are highly susceptible to fire blight.

Pears are deciduous fruit trees that originate from Europe and...