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(Hood 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

(Josephine de Malines Pear, Pear)

Developed in Belgium around 1830, 'Joséphine de Malines' is a classic cold season pear that produces small to medium sized fruits in winter. The conical fruits have russet greenish yellow skin and juicy, sweet flesh with a smooth, buttery texture. This exceptional late pear was discovered and raised by Major Esperen of Malines, Belgium and named for his wife.

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

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

(Le Conte Pear, Pear)

A low-chill variety that succeeds in mild-winter areas such as the southern United States, the American heirloom pear ‘Le Conte’ is valued for its medium-sized, golden yellow pears with a pink blush. The crisp, luscious fruit is sweet when ripe. This summer-bearing cultivar was first grown in North Carolina in the late nineteenth century.

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...

(Luscious 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...

(Magness 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...

(Max Red Bartlett 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...

(Moonglow Pear, Pear)

This hardy deciduous pear is of great value for its resistance to fire blight, a sometimes fatal bacterial disease to which many pears are susceptible. Vigorous, upright, and glossy-leaved, it covers itself with clusters of creamy-white flowers in spring. These are attractive to bees and other insect pollinators.

This early pear ripens in late summer — even before ‘Bartlett’ pears. The large fruits have yellow-green skin with a red blush, and the flesh is white, free of gritty cells, and juicy....

(Olympic 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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J. Postman, USDA/ARS

(Dessert Pear, Packham's Triumph Pear, Pear)

The Australian heirloom pear, ‘Packham’s Triumph’, was developed in 1897 by Sam Packham of Molong, New South Wales. Its medium to large fruits have smooth greenish yellow to yellow skin. The flesh within is fine and juicy with a melting texture and rich, sweet flavor. The fruits are produced in late fall or and the spreading trees are susceptible to fire blight and pear scab.

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

(Pear, Pineapple Pear)

With a name like ‘Pineapple’ you can imagine it is tasty. This cold hardy American pear is valued for its long-necked, golden tan pears with a russet blush. The buttery, luscious fruit is very tart and sweet when ripe and said to taste like pineapple. It is a late-summer bearing cultivar that is quite self-fertile and bears fruit early on.

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...