|A very attractive, high quality early to mid season ripening dessert pear bred in Nova Scotia Canada. It has also proven a winner in the Pacific Northwest. The aromatic fruit is yellow with a red blush and is fine textured and buttery like its parent Bartlett. Released in 1986 from the Kentville Ag Canada station. It's parents are Beierschmidt x Bartlett.
|A high quality Belgian dessert late season pear, from the early 19th century. It has the characteristic melting sweet rich flesh so typical of Belgian pears from this era.
|Spain – strong yellow, flavoured taste
|Doyenn du Comice
|Often considered the best-flavored of all pears, with juicy melting buttery flesh.
|One of the earliest-ripening summer pears, developed by famous 19th century Belgian pear breeder Van Mons.
|Doyenne du Comice
|Sweet, spicy flavor, equal to Bosc in dessert quality." It lists no damage for scab and rust. Moderately susceptible to fire blight.
|Dr. Jules Guyot
|A russetted French heritage pear prized for its large size and rich juicy flavor since 1815. It blooms with Conference and ripens in October. An upright, vigorous, hardy tree.
|An attractive late-season blushed pear, often with red-colored leaves in the fall.