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Introduction

BLOSSOM COLOUR
Other Colours
(o)White

FOLIAGE COLOUR
(o)Green

HEIGHT WITH SHAPE OF CONTAINER GROWN PEAR TREE
(o)24 inch (60 cms) StepOver
(o)84 inch (210 cms) Patio Pot Tree
(o)84 inch (210 cms) Bush
(o)84 inch (210 cms) Cordon
(o)120 inch (300 cms) Espalier
(o)120 inch (300 cms) Fan
(o)120 inch (300 cms) Bush
(o)120 inch (300 cms) Half Standard

HEIGHT WITH SHAPE OF BARE ROOT PEAR TREE
(o)Maiden Quince 'C' for training
(o)Maiden Quince 'A' for training
(o)Maiden Pyrus Communis for training
(o)84 inch (210 cms) Bush
(o)84 inch (210 cms) Cordon
(o)120 inch (300 cms) Bush
(o)120 inch (300 cms) Half-Standard

FRUIT COLOUR
(o)Green
Other Colours
(o)Yellow

BED PICTURES
(o)Garden Pictures

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Blossom in June

Fruit

Fruits

Pear Name

Williams Bon Chretien

Pear Type

  • Eating

Tree Forms in Container

  • 24 inch (60 cms) high Stepover
    (10L Stepover with Quince 'C' rootstock)
  • 84 inch (210 cms) high Shrub Bush
    (12L Bush with Quince 'C' rootstock)
  • 84 inch (210 cms) high Cordon
    (12L Cordon with Quince 'C' rootstock)
  • 120 inch (300 cms) high Espalier
    (12L Espalier with Quince 'A' rootstock)
  • 120 inch (300 cms) high Fan
    (12L Fan with Quince 'A' rootstock)
  • 120 inch (300 cms) high Shrub Bush
    (12L Bush with Quince 'A' rootstock

Tree Forms Bare Root

  • Maiden Quince 'C' -
    84 inch (210 cms) height after 10 years
  • Maiden Quince 'A' -
    120 inch (300 cms) height after 10 years
  • 84 inch (210 cms) high Shrub Bush
    (12L Bush with Quince 'C' rootstock)
  • 120 inch (300 cms) high Shrub Bush
    (12L Bush with Quince 'A' rootstock
  • 120 inch (300 cms) high Half Standard Tree (12L Half Standard Tree with Quince 'A' rootstock)

Foliage

Green

Blossom Colour

White

Pear

Colour: Pale Green turning to Golden-Yellow
Month for Picking: August
Pollination Group: 3

Comment

Taste: Very juicy and excellent sweet flavour.

Regular good cropper, but is susceptible to scab. Fruit does not store well.

Available from Trees for Life.

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Single Leaf

Foliage

Juvenile Foliage in June

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Flowers in June

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Form

 

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To ensure that the pear blossom is pollinated by the bees, then another pear tree from the same or adjacent flowering group ( Group 1 with Group 1 or 2, Group 2 with Group 1 or Group 3, etc ) should be present within a short distance.

The list of Pear Trees is in alphabetical order with the
Acid/Sweet Taste - Flowering Group - Month of Picking in UK - Pear Type - Pear Name

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Acid/Sweet Taste

Flowering Group

Month of Picking in UK

Pear Type

Pear Name INDEX link to Pear Description Page

Sweet

3

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August

Eating

Williams Bon Crietien

Sweet

4

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September

Eating

Conference

Sweet

4

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October

Eating

Doyenne Du Comice

 

 

 

 

 

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