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.
Vigour: moderate, crown pyramidal in youth, wide spreading in old age
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.
Fruit: 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 color 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
Yeald: high and regular even under poor growing conditions. Pear trees will sometimes fruit the first year after planting, but usually start fruiting best in their third year and beyond.
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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