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Williams Yellow

The fruits of the Williams variety are harvested in the second half of August. the fruit is medium large to large, with uneven skin, of green ground colour that in time turns to golden yellow, with a slight blush on the sunny side. The flesh is juicy and melts in the mouth. It has specific muscat flavour and a very pronounced pleasant taste.

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Description

The Williams’ Bon Chrétien pear, commonly called the Williams pear or the Bartlett pear in the United States and Canada, is the most commonly grown variety of pear in most countries. The fruit has the traditional pear shape. It is considered a summer pear, not as tolerant of cold as some varieties. It is often eaten raw, but holds its shape well when baked, and is a common choice for canned or other processed pear uses.

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Rootstock

quince BA29 and wild pear, quince MA + poire de cure