Item Synonyms Description
Warren Adapted throughout the nation and among the best backyard choices. The fruit is juicy and sweet with buttery texture and very good keeping abilities. Extremely resistant to fireblight, and quite cold hardy (to -20?F). Discovered in Hattiesburg, Mississippi by noted horticulturist T. O. Warren. The fruits are medium to large, have a teardrop shape and green skin. Needs a pollenizer.
White Doyenne White Doyenne pear tree produces one of the best autumn pears you will ever taste. This fine grained, buttery French pear has a long storied history throughout the States and Europe which speaks to its unquestioned popularity throughout the centuries. White Doyenne pears are small to medium pears with roundish shape. Pale yellow russeted skin with a small bright red blush on the exposed cheek. Flesh is juicy and sweet with a rich aromatic flavor and melting texture when fully ripe. The White Doyenne pear tree is a world-renowned fruit tree that came from France via Italy where it was described in first described in 1550 as the old Roman pear, Sementinum. Some fireblight resistance.
Williams A synonym for Bartlett.
Winnals Longdon Favorite of today's Artisan Perry producers. Raised by Mr Winnal at Weston-under-Penyard about 1790. To be found between Ross and Tewkesbury. Origin: Weston-under-Penyard, Herefordshire
Winter Bartlett Fruit of medium-large size. The skin is thick, dull light green evenly. Noticeable protruding sparkles and yellowish when ripe. The flesh is somewhat creamy, very juicy, sweet and with great flavor.
Winter Nelis A very highly regarded late-season dessert pear from Belgium, with an excellent sweet flavour. The fruits keep well.