Winter pear with a uniquely attractive appearance, excellent taste and high resistance to disease and frost. Unpretentious to growing conditions. The fruits excellent tolerate long transports and have a long shelf life.
Crossing: Lesnaya Krasavica x Bere Zimny, Kyrgyzstan
Vigour: moderate, canopy shape broadly pyramidal, sparse
Blossom: the flowering period is March - April, the flowers and young fruits are relatively resistant to late spring frosts. Cross-pollinate variety, for pollination needs another pear blooming at the same time.
Fruits: very nice in appearance, large to very large, average weight 220 - 250 g. They have an interesting egg to cubic shape. The peel is firm, greenish-yellow in harwest maturity, golden-yellow with a pronounced purple-red blush on most of the fruit surface in consumption maturity. During the ripening period, the fruit holds firmly to the tree.
Pulp: creamy yellow to light yellow, dense, crunchy, juicy and aromatic
Taste: excellent sweet and sour, unique and unmistakable
Harvest season: early october
Storage: can be stored in a natural storage until February, in refrigerator until April
Yield: high and regular even under poor growing conditions. Early yield onset, already in the 3rd - 4th year after planting.
Frost resistance: very good
Disease resistance: resistance to pear rust (Gymnosporangium sabinae), scab (Venturia pyrina) and fire blight (Erwinia amylovora). Suitable for organic or no-spray culture.
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|Rootstock Characteristics and Description:||Advantages of Pyrodwarf® are excellent winter hardiness and resistance to lime induced chlorosis. There is no need for support. As pear type, Pyrodwarf® has good compatibility with all pear cultivars, so that interstocks are no required.|