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Table of pears part3 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 03 November 2009 06:46

Variety

Country

Color

Creation/Origin

Harvest/Season

Description

Lada

Russia

Light-yellow with a slight light-red diffused blush. Hypodermal dots rather visible. Tender rust visible only near Stalk.

Originated in K.A. Temiryazev Moscow agricultural academy from a cross between Olga and Flemish Beauty varieties. Authors: S.T. Chizhov, S.P. Potapov.

Ripen to mid August.

Not very large. 100-120g, obovoid with smooth surface. Skin is thin. Flesh is yellowish-white, fine-grained, and juicy, with a very nice acid-sweet taste. 

Lada Amurskaya (Lada, Dedova) eng: Amur Lada

Russia

 

A seedling of unknown origin was discovered in 1969 in one of homestead gardens of Amur by F.I. Glinschikova.

Harvest: 10-20 of September

Below medium size, non-univariate, short-pyriform, anisopleural, with uneven transverse diameters. Outlined by form, slightly ribbed. Surface is smooth, tender, oily in storage, only less than 15% of the fruit have rusty surface. Light-yellow flesh, good acid-sweet taste, tender, mild.

Lansac (Dauphine; Lechfrion d’Automne)

France

Yellowish green turns to pale yellow as it ripens with numerous minute dots.

Originated at a village Haze, near Tours, Madame de Lansac, governess to the Dauphin.

Ripen from November to January.

Medium sized; roundish. Skin is smooth. Stalk is placed without depression by the side of a fleshy protuberance. Flesh is yellowish white, melting, juicy, sweet, and richly flavored.

Larinskaya

Russia

Green at harvest, light-yellow at consuming period. Few hypodermal dots are gray and well vidible.

Originated in South-Ural research institute of Fruit & Vegetable Growing and Potato Growing form a cross between selected seedling of Ussuriysk pear 41-15-9 and Clapp’s Favorite. Authors: E.A. Falkenberg, M.A. Mazunin, V.I. Putyatin.

Ripen by early September

Medium sized, mass -110g (up to 140g), uniform, shortly-pyriform, uneven surface. Short, thick, aslant set Stalk. Flesh is creamy, solid, juicy.

Lawrence

USA

Greenish yellow, turns to a fine lemon-yellow with large cinnamon russet specks, with a large patch of the same color at the stalk and in the basin of the eye.

Raised at Flushing, Long Island.

Ripen in the middle of November.

Medium size, roundish or Doyenne-shaped, even and regular. Skin is smooth. Stalk is stout and woody, placed in a deep funnel. Flesh is yellowish, rather firm, sometimes coarse-grained, melting, very juicy and rich, sweet, and with a fine rose-water aroma.

Lel

Russia

Greenish during harvest, greenish-yellow with diffused, dark-red striped covering. Numerous hypodermal dots are not large, green and well visivble.

Originated in a M.A. Lisavenko research institute of promiculture of Siberia by hybridization of Vinnaya (Vinous) with Lubimica Yakovleva (Yakolvev’s Favorite). Authors: I.A. Puchkin, I.P. Kalinina, E.p. Karatayeva, M.I. Borisenko.

Ripen by mid August.

Below medium, mass-68-75g, widely-pyriform, on a slightly curved, medium long Stalk. Skin is not coarse, smooth, and glossy. Flesh is white, tender, half-oily, juicy, acid-sweet with spice, desert taste.

Lemon Bergamot

Australia

Greeny yellow, bright pinkish blush, small russety dots around lenticels.

Synonym. Passans de Portugal, origin doubtful, grown in South Australia.

Harvest: Late season.

Round pyriform, small to medium, short thick stem. Buttery with very good flavor, few grit cells near core.

Leven

Russia

Greenish-yellow with brick-red covering. Numerous hypodermal dots are large, well visible, and brown. In certain years there is rust near the bell and small spots on the fruit surface.

Originated in North-Caucasus zonal research institute of promiculture and viticulture from a cross between Alexandrine Douillard and Beurre Napoleon varieties. Authors: L.M. Sergeev and Ye.I. Kosteckaya.

Ripen from late September to early October.

Large fruit mass-220g. Very large on young trees up to 400g, widely pyriform, widely ribbed, slightly uneven surface. Skin is solid, oily, and glossy. Short, medium thick, with ocrea at the attaching point, straight or slightly curved. Flesh is white, juicy, fine-grained, has a nice desert-acid-sweet taste.

Lewis

USA

Pale green, assuming a yellow tinge as it ripens, thickly covered with brown russet dots and with patches of russet round the stalk and the eye.

This variety is of American origin, raised  on the farm of Mr. Lewis, of Roxbury, near Boston.

In use from November to January.

Fruit medium sized, oblong-obovate. Flesh yellowish-white, very tender, melting, and very juicy, rich and sugary, with a somewhat aromatic flavor.

Limonka (Lemon)

Russia

Lemon-yellow, no blush. Numerous hypodermal dots are spread across the fruit.

Popular selection of Lower Volga. Genetic origin unknown.

Ripen by late August.

Below medium sized, outlined (mass 100g). Ovoid, skin is dry to feel. Short, curved, woody, aslant set Stalk without callus, light-brown. Greenish flesh with large stony cells, rather solid, acid, with a slight flavor and moderate taste. 

Lira

Russia

Greenish with a brownish-red tan covering with numerous, medium, greenish-gray, rather visible hypodermal dots during harvest.

Originated in I.V. Michurin All-Russian research institute of Genetics and selection of Fruit plants, from a cross between Beurre Winter Michurin and Flemish Beauty. Authors: Ye.N. Sedov, A.V. Parshin, M.V. Miheeva, N.G. Krasova, N.M. Glazova.   

Ripen in September

Large sized fruit (mass 205g), attractive, univariate, widely-pyriform or elongated-pyriform, slant. Smooth and rough surface. Skin is smooth, dry and dull. Medium long, thick, curved, aslant set. Flesh is white, creamy, fine-grained, very juicy, sweet with a little acidity, with weak aroma, and good taste.

Louise Bonne

France

Bright greenturns to yellowish green with brown and green dots, and a few markings of russet as it ripens.

Originated in Poitou, on the property of a lady whose Christian name was Louise.

Ripen during November and December.

Large; pyriform. Skin is very smooth. Stalk is fleshy at the base, and somewhat obliquely placed by the side of a fleshy prominence. Flesh is white, juicy, and half-melting, with an excellent and perfumed flavor.

Louise Bonne of Jersey (Beurre d'Avranches; Bonne d'Avranches; Bonne de Longueval; Bonne Louise d'Arandore; Louise d'Avranches; William the Fourth)

France

Yellow on the shaded side, but crimson next the sun, covered with crimson and russety dots

Raised at Avranches around 1788, by M. Longueval, at first named plainly "Louise," but then added Bonne, so it became known as "Bonne Louise d'Avranches."

Ripen in October.

Fruit medium sized, pyriform. Skin smooth. Flesh white, buttery, and melting, with a rich, sugary, and brisk vinous flavor.

Luberskaya (Lyubkard)

Russia

Light-yellow diffused brownish-red tan covering. Medium, rather visible hypodermal dots.

Originated in North-Caucasus zonal research institute of promiculture and viticulture from a cross between Clapp’s Favorite and Beurre Ardanpon. Authors: L.M. Sergeev and Ye.I. Kosteckaya.

Ripen by late August.

Large, average mass - 210g, very big on the young trees (400g), widely-pyriform, ribbed surface near the bell, a little bit uneven. Skin is rough, dry with a little waxy bloom. Medium, thick, Stalk set straight or aslant. Flesh is yellowish-white, tender, juicy, and oily, with a nice desert acid-sweet taste with delicate flavor. 

Lubimica Yakovleva (Yakovlev’s Favorite)

Russia

Greenish-yellow with a light tan during the harvest, golden-yellow with a light tan and numerous hypodermal dots at consuming period. 

Originated in I.V. Michurin All-Russian research institute of Genetics and selection of Fruit plants, from a cross between Michurin’s variety – Doch Blankovoy and Belgian variety Bergamotte Esperen.

Ripen by the first half of September.

Medium sized fruit, medium univariate, widely-pyriform, smooth. Skin is medium, dull, solid. Long, slightly curved Stalk with an ocrea at the base. Creamy flesh of average density, juicy, with specific  quince aroma, without tartness, with granulations and large stony cells.

Lubina (Aurora)

Russia

Light-yellow with purple evident covering. Numerous hypodermal dots are small and well visible.

Originated in North-Caucasus zonal research institute of promiculture and viticulture from a pollination of Clapp’s Favorite with pollen mix (Alexandrovka + Ilyinka). Authors: P.P. Kostyk, A.I. Tereschenkova, L.V. Hatchetlova.

Autumn

Above medium sized, Bergamot-like. Smooth, oily and glossy skin. Straight and straightly set Stalk. White flesh with yellowness of average density, tender, half-oily, sweet with a little acidity. 

Luci Grieve

England

Lemon-yellow, with a brownish red blush on the sunny side and with cinnamon russet dots, which in some parts, form patches of russet.

Its seed was planted in a flower-pot by the daughter of Mr. Peter Grieve, gardener at Culford Hall, near Bury St. Edmunds. Named in honor of his daughter.

Ripen during October.

Large, oval, rather uneven, bossed round the waist and about the eye; its shape is a combination of Glou Morçeau and Swan's Egg. Stalk, an inch long, woody, set even with the surface. Flesh is white, very tender and melting, very juicy and richly flavored.

Madame Andre Leroy

France

Greenish yellow with spots of grey russet.

Raised by M. André Leroy, of Angers, in 1862, named after Madame Leroy.

Ripen in October.

Very large, oblong-obovate, or pyriform. Stalk is obliquely set with a fleshy base on the edge of the fruit. Flesh is white, touched with green at the skin, very melting, juicy, and vinous.

Madame Appert

France

Thick coarse scaly brown russet.

M. Andre Leroy, of Angers raised it in 1861, and dedicated to his elder daughter, wife of a celebrated painter M. Eugene Appert.

Ripen in October.

large, oblong-obovate, sometimes roundish obovate; uneven, tapering into the stalk. Skin is very rough to the feel. Stalk is long and thin, set on the apex of the fruit without depression. Flesh is white, very melting, buttery, and juicy, sweet and briskly flavored, with a fine fragrance.

Madame Baptiste Desportes

France

Skin, yellow, covered with russety dots and patches.

Raised by M. André Leroy, of Angers, and named after M. Baptiste Desportes.

Ripen in October.

Large, turbinate, uneven. Stalk is stout, placd in a round funnel by the side of a fleshy lip. Flesh is melting, very juicy, with a rich, brisk, vinous flavor.

Madame Eliza

Belgium

Greenish yellow with patches of thin cinnamon russet.

This is a seedling of Van Mons, named in honor of Madame Eliza Berckmans, wife of the pomologist of that name.

Ripen in the end of November and through December.

Large; tall and oblong, even. Stalk is long, placed at a right angle to the fruit. Flesh is yellowish, with a salmon tint in the centre like Josephine de Malines, tender, melting, and juicy, sweet, but not particularly rich.

Madame Henri Desportes

France

Thick dark cinnamon russet coat, showing through the yellow background, where the russet is thin.

Raised by M. André Leroy, of Angers, in 1863, and named after M. Henri Desportes, foreman of M. Leroy's extensive nurseries.

Ripen in October.

Roundish obovate or turbinate, like Red Doyenne, handsome and regular. Skin rough to the touch. Stalk is very short and stout, placed in a round funnel. Flesh is yellow, buttery, rich, sugary, and juicy, with a pleasant aroma.

Madame Loriol De Barny

France

Greenish yellow with brown russet and patches.

Originated by M. Leroy, of Angers, in 1866, and after his younger daughter, wife of M. Loricl de Barny, of Angers.

Ripen in December.

Large, oblong, uneven in its outline. Stalk is very short and thin, with a high shoulder on one side of it. Flesh is very juicy and melting, with a rich, vinous, sprightly flavor, and a fine, delicate, musky aroma.

Madame Millet

Belgium

Skin, yellow, almost entirely covered with cinnamon-coloured russet, so much so as to leave only a few spots here and there visible.

Originated by M. Charles Millet, of Ath in 1840.

Ripen in March and April.

Large; short obovate or turbinate, rather uneven. Stalk is stout, obliquely set almost at right angles with the axis of the fruit, and without depression. Flesh is tender, half-melting, juicy, and richly flavored.

Madame Treyve

France

Greenish yellow turning to pale yellow in shade, but on the sunny side it is bright vermilion crimson with numerous grey russet dots.

This one was originated by M. Treyve, a nurseryman at Trevoux, in the department of l'Ain. Its first fruiting occurred in 1858, and was named after the raiser’s wife.

Ripen in the middle and end of September.

Large, obtusely obovate, even, and occasionally bossed. Stalk is thin, placed in a round narrow funnel. Flesh is white, melting, and very juicy, sweet, and richly flavored, with a delicate and fine aroma.

Magnate

England

Dark brown russet, with thick large russet freckles; yellow in shade, sometimes streaked with crimson on the other side.

Originated by Mr. Rivers, of Sawbridgeworth.

Ripen in October and November.

Large, pyriform, even and symmetrical. Stalk has a fleshy ring at the base. Flesh is yellow, tender, melting, rather gritty at the core, richly flavored, and with a somewhat rose-water aroma.

Malyayevskaya Pozdnyaya

Russia

Yellow with almost always present pink blush covering 1/3 of the fruit. Numerous hypodermal dots are small rusty, well visible.

Parentage unknown. Discovered in the expedition in Volgograd oblast in Malyayevka village, Leninskiy region, Volgograd oblast in 1956.

Harvest: Second half of September

Medium or above medium size, mass – 110-225g, non-univariate, short-pyriform, dry to feel. Stalk is up to 5 cm long, curved, set aslant without ocrea, bare, light-green. Flesh is creamy, solid, with an average number of large stony cells, juicy, acid-sweet, a little astringent taste and weak aroma.

March Bergamot

England

Yellow, covered with minute russet dots, which cause it to feel rough.

Raised by T. A. Knight, Esq.

Ripen during March, and April.

Fruit medium sized, bergamot-shaped. Flesh yellowish, firm, breaking half-melting, very juicy, and with a high bergamot flavor.

Maréchal De Cour (Bó de la Cour; Beau de la Cour; Con-seiller de la Cour; Duc d' Orleans; Grosse Marie; Maréchal Decours)

Belgium

Cinnamon russet with little pale yellow background showing through.

A seedling of Dr. Van Mons, who sent grafts to M. Bivort in April, 1842, named "Marechal de Cour, gain de 1841, la meilleur existante."

Ripen about the end of October and beginning of November.

Large, sometimes very large, oblong pyriform, pretty even, but slightly undulating. Flesh is yellowish, very tender, melting, and buttery, with an abundant richly flavoured sweet, sprightly fine fragranted juice.

Marechal Dillen (Dillen d’Autcmne)

Belgium

Skin, greenish yellow, mottled and dotted with pale brown russet.

Originated by Van Mons, in 1818, dedicated to Marechal Dillen, Chancellor of the kingdom.

Ripen in October and November.

Large, oblong obovate. Stalk is thin, placed in a wide, deep funnel, one side of which is higher than the other. Flesh is tender, juicy, very melting, with a sweet, vinous, and sprightly flavor, and a delicate musky aroma.

Marechal Vaillant

France

yellowish green with patches and dots of brown russet.

Originated by M. Boisbunel, of Rouen, named after the President of the Horticultural Society of Paris, Marshal Vaillant.

Ripen in December.

Very large, obovate, uneven and undulating. Stalk is very stout, deeply posited. Flesh is half-melting, juicy, sweet, and richly flavored, with a musky aroma.

Marie Benoist

France

Brown russet, mottled with yellowish ground..

Originated by M. Auguste Benoist at Brissac (Maine-et-Loire), named after his daughter.

In use during January and February.

Large, Bergamot-shaped. Stalk is short and thick, rather obliquely set. Flesh is tender and melting, very juicy, sweet, and of a brisk perfumed fragranced.

Marie Gussie

France

Green turns to lemon-yellow sometimes with a brownish red tinge on the sunny side, dark russet dots and specks.

Originated by M. Guisse, at St. Ruffine, near Metz, and named after his daughter.

In use from February to March.

Large, pyriform, tapering gradually from the bulge to the apex, uneven, and rather ribbed. Stalk, an inch long, inserted on the end of the fruit, with a few plaits or ribs round it. Flesh is yellowish-white, melting, juicy, sweet, with an acidulous flavor and pleasant fragrance.

Marie Louise (Braddick's Field Standard; Marie Chretienne; Marie Louise Delcourt; Princesse de Parme; Van Doncklelaar)

France

Greenish-yellow, marked with tracings of thin brown russet.

Originated in 1809 by Abbe Duquesne, and named after the consort of Napoleon - Marie Louise.

Ripen in October and November

Fruit large, oblong or pyriform. Flesh white, delicate, buttery, and melting, very juicy, and exceedingly rich, sugary, and vinous.

Mashuk

Russia

Greenish with diffused brownish-red covering during harvest, greenish-yellow with brownish-red covering at the consuming period. Few hypodermal dots are small and green.

Originated on Stavropol trial selection station of promiculture, from a cross between Williams and Flemish Beauty. Authors: P.V. Kuznecov. 

Harvest: from 25 August to 10 September.

Univariate, pyriform, regular shape. Medium, straight, straightly set Stalk. Creamy flesh, tender, oily, very juicy, acid-sweet with an average flavor.

Maud Hogg

England

Brown russet with a slight orange glow on the sunny side, very much like the Chaumontel; there is no yellow or background color showing through.

Originated by Mr. John Mannington, of Uckfield, in Sussex. Named after Robert Hogg’s eldest daughter. First fruited in 1871.

In use from the end of October and beginning of November till December.

Above medium size, oblong obovate. Stalk is thin, placed without depression. Flesh is yellowish white, tender and buttery, very juicy, sweet, and richly aromatic.

Meressia Nevill

England

Skin, entirely covered with thick dark brown russet.

A seedling of Mr. John Mannington, of Uckfield, Sussex, an author of Mannington's Pearmain Apple and other pears. First fruiting occurred in 1872.

Ripen in December and January.

Below medium size, roundish obovate or oval, even and regular. Stalk is thin, woody, and set in a narow funnel. Flesh is half-melting, crisp, juicy, sweet, with a rich vinous taste.

Metipolskaya sochnaya

Ukraine

Dark-green at harvest time, light-yellow with a slight diffused pink blush on the sunny side. Numerous hypodermal dots are black, well visible.

Originated in Ukraine research institute of irrigated promiculture. Parentage unknown. Authors: P.V. Grozdeckiy, I.N. Boiko, E.M. Avramenko, P.I. Kulikov, I.N. Maskimova.

Ripen in the second decade of July.

Above medium size (mass up to 200g) short-pyriform, slightly uneven. Skin is glossy, smooth, tender, thin, but solid. Attractive fruit. Whitish-creamy fruit, very tender, juicy, good taste.

Mif (Myth)

Russia

Greenish-yellow during harvest, golden-yellow when ripe. Few small hypodermal dots.

Originated in South-Ural research institute of Fruit & Vegetable Growing and Potato Growing form a cross between hybrid 41-15-9 (Ussuriysk pear seedling) with Severyanka (Northener). Authors: E.A. Falkenberg, M.A. Mazunin, L.I. Bolotova.

Ripen by the second half of September.

Small, univariate, Bergamot-like or short-pyriform, with a smooth surface. Skin coarse, rough, oily, dull. Stalk is long, thin, curved, set straight. Creamy flesh of average density, juicy.

Millot De Nancy

Belgium

Uniform coppery-red with rather large grey russet dots.  In shade is more yellowish with a cinnamon russet.

Originated by Dr. Van Mons at Louvain. First fruiting occurred in 1843, named by the son of Van Mons after a former cavalry officer M. Millot distinguished pomologist at Nancy.

Ripen in the end of October and beginning of November.

About medium size; obovato-tur-binate, even and regularl. Skin is smooth. Stalk is short, thick, and fleshy at the base, obliquely set without depression. Flesh is yellowish, half-melting, very juicy, and tender. Juice is thick, sweet, brisk, and highly flavored, with a pleasant aroma.

Moccas

England

Lemon colored, marked with patches and veins of thin pale brown russet, and strewed with russet dots.

Originated by T. A. Knight, Esq., and named after Moccas Court, in Herefordshire.

Ripen in December and January.

Fruit medium sized, oval, uneven and bossed in its outline. Flesh yellowish, fine-grained, tender and melting, with a rich vinous juice and musky flavor.

Mock’s Red Williams’

(Sensation, Red Sensation)

Australia

Bright red (crimson when green)

Origin: Sport of Williams’. Walter Mock Snr,

Mahony Road, East Burwood, Victoria,

Australia, early 1930s.

n/a

As Williams’ but attractive bright red skin

(crimson when green). Tender.

Monarch (Knight's Monarch)

England

Yellowish-green, very much covered with brown russet, and strewed with grey-russet specks

Mr. Knight's seedling.  First fruiting was in 1830.

Ripen in December and January,

Fruit medium sized, roundish. Flesh yellowish, buttery, melting, and very juicy, with a rich, piquant, sugary, and agreeably fragranted flavor.

Monchallard (Belle Épine Fondante; Épine d'Été de Bordeaux; Épine Rose de Jean Lami)

France

Bright yellow with greenish dots, washed with thin red on the sunny side.

This variety was raised on the property of M. Monchallard, at Biard, near Valeuil, in the department of the Dordogne. Discovered by M. Monchallard’s grandfather growing in a wood, around 1810.

Ripen in September.

Large, long obovate, even and regular. Stalk is setin a narrow funnel. Flesh is tender, melting, and very juicy, sweet, acidulous, and slightly aromatic.

Monseigneur Affre

Belgium

Coarse brown russet over a greenish yellow ground.

Originated by Van Mons. Named by M. Alexander Bivort after Archbishop of Paris.

Ripen in the end of November and beginning of December

Medium sized; abrupt oblong, even and regular. Skin is thick, rough to the touch. Stalk is stout, placed on the flattened end of the fruit without any depression. Flesh is yellowish, tender, not very juicy, sweet, well flavored, and with a pleasant aroma.

Moskvichka (Muscovite)

Russia

Greenish-yellow with numerous small hypodermal dots. Rusty spots of irregular shape. Blush is absent or very light

Originated in K.A. Timiryazev Moscow agricultural academy, selected from free pollinated seedlings of Keiffer variety. Authors: S.T. Chizhov, S.P. Potapov.

Autumn

Medium sized 120-130g, widely-pyriform, non-outlined by size. Flesh is white, solid, very juicy, half-oily, with granulations near heart.  

Muratovskaya

Russia

Greenish-yellow during harvest, golden-yellow with red blush and stripes at consuming period.

Originated from a cross between seedling 5-18-116 [Yakovlev’s seedling 111 (Ussuriysk pear x Flemish Beauty) x Clapp’s Favorite] with Williams variety. Authors: Ye. N. Sedov, A.G. Kuznecova, N.G. Krasova.

Autumn

Medium sized fruit (mass 130g), univariate, pyriform, ribbed at the top of the fruit. Skin is thin, smooth, oily and dull. Short, thick, straightly set Stalk. Flesh is light-yellow, solid, tender, oily, juicy, acid-sweet with a slight aroma.

Nalchikskaya Kostyka  (Nalchikskaya Osennyaya)

Russia

Light green with a light diffused blush, fruit become greenish-yellow with a purple blush in storage. Few hypodermal dots are small, small, greenish-gray, hardly visible.  Some fruits have rusty strokes.

Originated by hybridization of Beurre Ardanpon with Clapp’s Favorite. Authors: P.P. Kostyk, A.I. Tereschenkova.

Ripen by 17-20 of August.

Above medium size, relatively univariate, pyriform-oval, slightly ribbed. The surface is smooth. The skin is thin, smooth, dry, and slightly oily in storage. Medium long and thick, slightly curved Stalk without a trumpet. Flesh is yellowish white, juicy, tender, half-oily, good acid-sweet taste.

Napoleon (Bonaparte; Bon Chretien NapoLeon; Beurre Napoleon; Captif de St. Helene; Charles X., Gloire de l'Empereur; Liard; Mabile; Medaille; Napoleon d'Hiver; Roi de Rome; Sucree Dore; Wurtemhurg)

Belgium

Greenish-yellow, covered with numerous brown dots

Originated in 1808 in Mons by gardener N. Liard

Ripen in November and December.

Fruit large, obtuse-pyriform. Skin smooth.. Flesh white, tender, melting, and very juicy, with a rich, sugary, and refreshing flavor.

Nart

Russia

Greenish-yellow with a diffuse blush at harvest time, become lemon-yellow with an intense purple blush, small, hardly visible hypodermal dots in storage.

 

Originated by pollination of Keiffer seedling with mixed pollen (Flemish Beauty + Beurre Ardanpon + Beurre Bosc). Authors varieties: P.P. Kostyk, A.I. Tereschenkova, L.V. Hachetlova.

Ripen by late September.

Fruits are large, relatively univariate, diamond-shaped, pyriform, regular shape, smooth surface. Skin is relatively thick, smooth, shiny in storage, "fat". Rust is absent.  Stalk is of medium length, relatively thick, slightly curved, and posited in a shallow crater. Flesh is yellowish-white, acid-sweet taste with typical Keiffer flavor, quite juicy, medium solid, fine-grained texture, with granulations.

Naryadnaya Yefimova (Yefimov’s Neat)

Russia

Greenish-yellow, purple covering during harvest, light yellow, red covering during consuming period. Numerous hypodermal dots are medium and well visible.

Originated from a cross between Tonkovetka (Wand) and Clapp’s Favorite in 1936 Author: V.A. Efimov.

Early Autumn

Fruits of medium size (weight 90-120 g), univariate, elongated pear-regular shape, with a smooth surface. Stalk is long, medium, curved, set aslant. Flesh is whitish-creamy, solid, soft, half-oily, juicy, acid-sweet taste with a faint aroma.

Nec Plus Meuris

Belgium

Dull yellow, very much covered with dark brown russet

Van Mons’ seedling raised in his Garden la Fidélité at Brussels, named after Pierre Meuris, his gardener.

Ripen from January till March.

Fruit medium sized, roundish-turbinate, very uneven, and bossed on its surface. Skin rough. Flesh yellowish-white, buttery and melting, with a rich, sugary, and vinous flavor.

Nektarnaya (Nectarous)

Russia

Greenish-yellow with intense diffused crimson covering. Numerous hypodermal dots are medium, gray, and well visible.

 

Originated on Dubovsk trial station of fruit selection by sowing planting Bakhmal variety seeds from open pollination. Authors: R.V. Korneev and L.K. Zhukov.

Ripen by mid September

Fruits medium or above medium, average weight 150 g, maximum 200 g, univariate, pear-shaped, regularly shaped, smooth. Skin is medium, smooth, dry and shiny. Stalk is medium, thick, straight, and aslant set. No funnel. Flesh is white, tender, buttery, very juicy, acid-sweet, with a weak aroma, very good taste.

Nerussa

Russia

Greenish-yellow, with carmine diffuse blush on the sunny side of the fruit. Clearly visible multiple gray hypodermal dots.

 

 

Originated from pollination of Flemish Beauty with winter seedling 11-11-169 pollen (Severyanka (Northerner) x Rossoshanskaya rannyaya (Early Rossoshan+Merezhka). Authors: E.N. Sedov, NG Krasova, A.G. Kuznetsova, E.A. Dolmatov.

Ripen by late August-early September.

 

 

Fruits are medium (weight 130 g), univariate pear-shaped, with smooth surface. Medium and curved Stalk.

 

Nevelichka (Duymovochka (Thumberlina))

Russia

Greenish, brownish-red covering 1/2-2/3 of the fruit, becomes brighter in storage.

Originated on Krasnoyarsk trial selection station of promiculture from a cross between Ussuriysk pear№212 and Flemish Beauty seedling № 13-67-8. Authors: N. N. Tihonov, A. S. Tolmacheva.

Late Summer

The fruits are small, short-pyriform almost apple-shaped. The skin is smooth, oily, and shiny. Stalk of medium length, thin, straight, which thickens to the funnel. No rust.  The flesh is white, medium-solid, fine-grained, tender, very juicy, in dry years  there are granulations around the seed cells. The taste is acid-sweet, with a strong aroma, characteristic of the southern pears.

Nika

Russia

Greenish with diffused red covering at harvest time, light-yellow covered with brownish-red at consuming period.

Orginated from a cross between Authors: S.P. Yakovlev, A.P. Gribanovsky, N.I. Savel'ev, I.A. Bandurko, M.Y. Akimov, V.V. Chivilev. Talgarskaya Krasavitsa (Talgar Beauty) and Doch Zari (Daughter of a Dawn).

Ripen by the second decade of September.

Fruits are medium and above medium sized, weighing 140-200 g, truncated conical, regular shape, smooth. The skin is medium, smooth, and oily, with a waxy coating. Medium, curved, aslant set Stalk. Flesh is creamy, tender, medium dense, half-buttery, fine-grained, juicy, without astringency and granulations, taste is acid-sweet, with a pleasant aroma.

Notaire Minot

Belgium

Pale yellowish-green, considerably covered with patches and large dots of rough brown russet.

Van Mons’ seedling, first fruiting was in 1843, named after an eminent pomologist M. Poiteau of Paris, Director of the Royal Gardens.

Ripen in January and February.

Fruit medium sized, roundish-obovate. Flesh yellowish, rather coarse-grained, but melting, and with a fine brisk, vinous, and sugary flavor.

Nouveau Poiteau (Tombe de l'Amateur)

Belgium

Greenish-yellow, or pale yellow, mottled and streaked with pale brown russet.

Originated by Van Mons in 1827.

Ripen during November, but keeps only a short time.

Fruit very large, obtuse-obovate or pyramidal. Flesh fine-grained, buttery, melting, and very juicy, rich, sugary, and highly perfumed.

Nouvelle Fulvie

Belgium

Green turning to yellow, with thick russet; it has a red crimson blush in a warm climate and on the sunny side, bright when ripe.

Raised by M. Grégoire, of Jodoigne in 1854, and named after one of the members of his family.

Ripen from November till February.

Medium sized; pyriform. Stalk is occasionally fleshy, and attached to the fruit by some fleshy folds. Flesh is fine-grained, melting, very juicy, with a rich and exquisite tatse.

Noyabrskaya (November)

Russia

Greenish-yellow with wine-red blush. Numerous hypodermal dots are small and light-brown.

 

Originated in Far-East research institute of agriculture in 1950 from a cross between Ussuriysk pear and Dekanka zimnyaya. Author: A.V. Bolonyayev.

Ripen in late September.

Fruit small (average weight 64 g, maximum 74 g), egg-shaped, ribbed, slightly unequal, with longitudinal deep furrows, the fruit is divided into several unequal lobes. The base is blunt, as if unevenly cut. The funnel is narrow and shallow. Stalk is slightly curved, thick, medium long and thick, dark brown. Flesh is white, juicy, slightly buttery, pleasant acid-sweet taste with a strong aroma. Good table variety by taste.

Oktyabrskaya (October)

Russia

Light yellow covered with light maroon color.

Originated in Far-East research institute of agriculture in 1938 from pollination of Ussuriysk pear with Dekanka winter. Auhtor:  A.V. Bolonyayev.

Ripen in late September

Fruit are small (average weight 58 g, maximum 75 g), relatively outlined, rounded-elongated, pear-shaped with a noticeable neck. Some fruits are truncated-conic, almost cylindrical, with a slight expansion at the top of the fruit, the lower base often angular, triangular. Surface is relatively smooth, with numerous small light-brown hypodermal dots. Moderately thick, straight Stalk with a thickening at the end. Flesh is yellowish, granular, juicy, acid-sweet, pleasant, with a distinct flavor of southern pears. By the end of storage period flesh becomes sweet and melting.

Olenyok (Zolushka - Cinderella)

Russia

Yellow-green, hypodermal dots are brown.

Originated on Krasnoyarsk trial selection station of promiculture, a seedling from open pollination of selected variety of A.M. Lukashov. Authors:  Vs.M. Krutovskiy, N. N. Tikhonov, A. S. Tolmacheva.

Ripen by late August

 

Fruits are very small, pear-shaped, outlined, with an even relief and smooth surface. The skin of the fruit is thick, oily. Stalk is short and thin. Flesh is pale yellow, acid-sweet taste, very juicy, moderately solid, fine-grained, with medium aroma.

Olga

Russia

Single-colored yellowish-green, without a blush, hypodermal dots are small, numerous, brown.

Originated by flower pollination of Finlyandskaya zhyoltaya (Finland Yellow) with Urrsuriysk pear pollen by A.M. Lukashov. Second among “lukashovkas”.

Ripen in the first-second decade of September.

Fruit small (average weight 57 g, maximum 74 g), at the age of mass fruiting and in the big harvest the fruits become smaller, obovate form without the typical pear neck. Skin is thick, rough. Stalk is long, placed in a narrow shallow funnel. Flesh is white, very juicy, acid-sweet with a slight aroma, and pleasant taste.

Olivier de Serres

France

Gray-green, covered with brown dots and blotches, forming solid rusty spots at the base and at the top. Become dark yellow, sometimes with faint blush on the sunny side when ripe.

Originated by A.T. Buabyunel in 1847 (France).  It was named after Olivier de Serres, whom French called the father of agriculture.

Ripen in early in October

Fruits of medium size, weighing up to 150 g, there are also larger. Flattened-roundish, Bergamot-like, with rough surface, especially in the Stalk. The skin is slightly rough, thick. Stalk is short, thick, somewhat curved, with a funnel at the upper end. Flesh is creamy, very juicy, solid, melting, sweet with a slight almond flavor, aromatic, with a light granulation around the seed slot. One of the best late winter pear varieties in terms of taste.

Omondaga (Swan’s Orange)

USA

Lemon-yellow with minute russet dots and a patch of russet at the stalk.

An American pear, originated in 1806 by Mr. Henry Case, of Onondaga, N.Y.

Ripen in October.

Medium sized, obovate, and even. Skin is smooth and shiny. Stalk is thick and fleshy, obliquely set in a small funnel. Flesh is yellowish, tender, buttery, and melting, rather rich taste.

Orange Mandarine

France

Golden yellow with  thick brown russet dots, and a warm glow on the sunny side.

Originated by M. André Leroy, of Angers, and first fruiting occurred in 1863.

Ripen in October.

About medium size; roundish. Stalk is stout, curved, and woody, set without depression. Flesh is yellowish, very tender and melting, with a fine acidulous, rich, sugary taste.

Original

Russia

Yellow with dark-red blush covering the most area of the fruit. Few hypodermal dots are slightly visible.

Originated on Saratov trial selection station of promiculture and Saratov GAU named after N.I. Vavilov from a cross between Rumyanaya Berkut and Lubimica Yakovleva. Authors:  G.V. Kondratiev.

Autumn

Fruits of medium size (weight 100-120 g to 200 g), univariate, elongated pear-shaped, with original constrictions on the perimeter of 1-1,5 cm from the Stalk and the stalk, skin is smooth. Stalk is medium long and thick, curved; no funnel. Stalk is creamy, tender, oily, acid-sweet.

 

Originalnaya

Ukraine

Yellowish-green with a gentle washed red blush on the light side. The color of fruit is very attractive.

Originated in Ukraine research institute of irrigated promiculture. Parentage unknown. Authors varieties: P.V. Grozdetsky, I.N. Boiko, E.M. Avramenko, S.P. Kulik, I.N. Maximov.

Ripen in the first half of August

 

Fruit is medium or above medium size, elongated pear-shaped, slightly uneven. Skin is thick and mat. Stalk is medium long and straight. Flesh is whitish-cream, tender, fine-grained, juicy, acid-sweet with a slight aroma, without granulations, very good taste.

Orlovskaya Krasavitsa (Orlov Beauty)

Russia

Greenish at harvest, greenish-yellow with diffused brownish-red or red blush at consuming period. Numerous hypodermal dots are small, well visible.

Originated from a cross in 1977 between Bergamot Novick and Clapp’s Favorite. Authors: E.N. Sedov, A.G. Kuznetsova, N.G. Krasova.

Summer

Medium fruit weight (150 g), univariate, pear-shaped, widely ribbed, and slanted. The skin is smooth, oily, and dull. Stalk is long, thick, curved, set aslant. Flesh is greenish, stingy and tender, half-buttery, fine-grained, usually juicy. Taste is sweet with a little flavor.

Orlovskaya Letnyaya (Orlov Summer)

Russia

Greenish during harvest, greenish-yellow with an orange blush which consists of merging dots at consuming period. Few small, green hypodermal dots.

Originated from pollination in 1977 of Bergamot Novick variety with Clapp’s Favorite pollen. Authors: E.N. Sedov, A.G. Kuznetsova, N.G. Krasova.

Summer

Fruits are large, the average weight - 210 g, maximum 270 g (this is undoubtedly the most macrocarpous fruit in the middle zone of Russia among the early varieties), univariate, pear-shaped, smooth, slant. Skin is medium solid, smooth, dry and dull. Stalk is long, thick, curved, set aslant. No funnel.  Flesh is white, slightly greenish at the skin, thick, tender, half-buttery, fine-grained, juicy, sweet taste with little aroma.

Osennyaya Mechta (Autumn Dream)

Russia

Greenish-yellow during harvest, color becomes more intensive in storage with visible light tan.

Originated in Michurin All-Russian Research Institute of Genetics and election of Fruit Plants from a cross between Koperecka №10 and Dekanka zimnyaya. Authors:  A.P. Yakovlev and S.P. Yakovlev .  

Ripen in the second half of August

The fruits are small, the medium univariate, roundish, rusty. Stalk is medium long, slightly curved. Flesh is white, of medium density, half-buttery, juicy, acid-sweet, has a refreshing taste.

Osennyaya Susova

(Krupnoplodnaya Susova, eng: Susov’s Autumn, Susov’s Large-fruited)

Russia

Greenish-yellow with a faint blush.

Originated in Kolomensk region, Moscow oblast in 1995.  Origin unknown. 

Late Autumn

Fruits are large, weighing about 200 g, rounded shape (almost like apples). Stalk is thick and short.  Flesh is solid, white, and very juicy, with a faint aroma. The taste is acid-sweet, very good.

Osennyaya Yakovleva (Yakovlev’s Autumn)

Russia

Green with a little tan on the sunny side during harvest, greenish-yellow with diffused blush at consuming period.

Originated in Michurin All-Russian Research Institute of Genetics and Selection of Fruit Plants from a cross between Doch Blankovoy and Bergamotte Esperen varieties. Authors:  A.P. Yakovlev, and S.P. Yakovlev, Z. N. Tsvetaeva.

Ripen in the second half of August.

Fruits are wide-pyriform, medium size. Stalk is medium; funnel is medium, wide, and not rusty. Flesh is tender, melting, buttery, juicy, without astringency and granulations. Taste is sweet.

Osnovyanskaya

Russia

Greenish-yellow with a crimson blush smeared over most of the fruit. Hypodermal dots are small, gray, and well visible.

Originated in Krasnokutsk Horticultural Experiment Station in 1939 by planting of hybrid seeds, parental forms are unknown.  Authors: A.I. Shepelsky, E.S. Polyakova, A.E. Berendei.

Ripen in late September - early October

Fruits are from medium-sized to large, wide-pyriform with wide ribs at the top. The skin is smooth, oily, and dull. Stalk is long, medium thick, curved. Flesh is creamy, of medium-density, half-buttery, fine-grained, juicy, sweet with a faint spicy aroma.

Otradnenskaya 

Russia

Yellowish-green with red diffused covering.  Numerous hypodermal dots are small, hardly visible. No rust.

Originated in Timiryazev Moscow Agricultural Academy, from a cross between Tyoma and Flemish Beauty varieties. Authors: S.T .Chizhov, S. P. Potapov.

Autumn

Fruit medium in size, weighing up to 130 g, dual-conic or round shape, slightly ribbed. Skin is medium thick, smooth, matt, Stalk is medium long and thick. Funnel small, narrow.
Flesh is yellowish-white, acid-sweet, with no flavor, poorly juicy, medium density, fine-grained. Attractive fruit.

Packham’s Triumph

Australia

Bright yellow with some finerusset, sometimes bumpy.

C.H.Packham, Molong, N.S.W., about 1896. Thought to be a seedling from Uvedale’s St. Germain x Williams’.

Harvest: Medium season, late February to

March.

Obtuse pyriform, medium. White, melting flesh, juicy.

Palmira

Russia

Greenish-yellow with a wine-red blush.

Originated in Khabarovsk Fruit and Berry nursery from a cross between Central Russian Ilyinka variety and Ussuriysk pear. The first fruit bearing was in 1943, propagated since 1947. Authors: A.M. Lukashov.

Ripen in late August

Fruit small (average weight 45 g, maximum 65 g), short-pyriform, slightly rounded shape. Skin is thick.  Stalk is long, medium thick, curved.
Flesh white, juicy, acid-sweet. By taste of the best variety among the “lukashovkas”.

Pamyat Gasenchenko

Russia

Orange-yellow.  Some fruits have an orange tan. Hardly visible hypodermal dots.

Originated in the town of Blagoveshchensk in the Amur region by planting seeds from the open pollination of the flower of Tyoma’s branch bred in the head of selective form of the Ussuri pear in 1950, by horticulturist G.I. Gasenchenko.

Summer fast-ripening

Below medium size, weighing 86 g, univariate, elongate-conical, isosceles with uneven transverse diameters, outlined, slightly ribbed. Surface is smooth. Skin is smooth, thick, dry, dull, without rust. Stalk is long, medium thick. Funnel small, narrow. Flesh is creamy, tender, coarse-grained, medium aroma, rather juicy. Taste acid-sweet, moderate.

Pamyati Yakovleva (Yakovlev’s Memory)

Russia

Yellow, with a light tan on the lower part of the fruit at the time of harvest light.  Golden-yellow, orange covering at consuming period. Few hypodermal dots.

Originated in Michurin All-Russian Research Institute of Genetics and Selection of Fruit Plants and Michurin Agricultural University from a cross between Tyoma and a French variety Olivier de Serres. Authors:  P.N. Yakovlev, and S.P. Yakovlev, J. S. Nesterov, R.M. Korshikova. 

Early Autumn

Fruits are medium; non-univariate during an ample fruiting, surface is smooth. Skin is shiny. Stalk is long, curved, of medium thickness. Funnel small, medium. Flesh is creamy, juicy, sweet, half-buttery, without tartness, with small granulations at seminal loculus .

Pamyatnaya

Russia

Greenish-yellow with a small, light-red blush. Numerous greenish, well-visible hypodermal dots.

Originated from pollination of Dulya Rizhskaya with mixed pollen of (Dekanka zimnyaya + Beurre Bake + Napoleon + Sain Germen + Bon Louis) in 1957. Authors: E.N. Sedov, M.V. Mikheev.

Summer

Fruits of medium size (weight 130 g), univariate, barrel-shaped, somewhat slant. Fruit surface is smooth. Skin is rough, slightly rusty, dull. Stalk is medium long and thick, inserted into a small funnel, curved.
Flesh is creamy, of medium density, fine-grained, juicy, sweet, high taste qualities.

Pamyat Parshina (Parshin’s Memory)

Russia

Greenish-yellow with a diffused light reddish tan, which does not cover all the fruits.

Originated from a cross between Beurre winter Michurin and Bergamot Osenniy (Autumn Bergamot) varieties. Authors: E.N. Sedov, A.V. Parshin, M.V. Mikheev.

Ripen in early September

Fruits of medium size, weighing 130 g, univariate, short pyriform. Skin is dry, dull. Stalk is long or medium long, rather thick, curved.
Flesh is white, thick, coarse-grained, juicy, sweet, good taste.

Pamyat Zhegalova (Zhegalov’s memory)

Russia

Greenish-yellow with dull-red covering. Slightly visible, small, numerous hypodermal dots. 

Originated in Timiryazev Moscow Agricultural Academy, from a cross between Olga and Flemish Beauty.  Authors: S.T. Chizhov, S. P. Potapov.

Late Autumn

Fruit is medium in size, weighing 120-130 g, obovate or dual-conical shape, smooth surface. Skin is thin, medium solid, smooth, shiny, sometimes slightly oily. Weak tender rust. Stalk medium long and thick. Funnel small, narrow.
Flesh is pale yellow or whitish, very juicy, melting, buttery, medium -grained, good sweet taste, aromatic.

Passans de Portugal

Portugal

Pale yellow, with a lively red cheek

Originated in early 1800's.

Ripen in the end of August and beginning of September.

Fruit medium sized, oblate. Flesh white, crisp, juicy, sugary, and perfumed.

Passe Colmar (Beurre d'Argenson; Cellite; Chap-mans; Chapman's Passe Colmar; Colmar Dore; Col-mar Epineux; Colmar d'Hardenpont; Colmar Preul; Colmar Souveraine; Fondante de Parisel; Fondante de Mons; Gambier; Marotte Sucre; Passe Colmar Dore; Passe Colmar Epineux; Passe Colmar Gris; Precel; Present de Malines; Pucelle Condesienne; Regentin; Souverain)

Belgium

Fine uniform deep lemon color, with a tinge of red on the side next the sun, strewed with numerous brown dots and veins of russet.

Probably raised by M. Hardenpont, of Mons, in Hainault, in 1758

Ripen during November and December.

Fruit medium sized, obovate. Skin smooth. Flesh yellowish-white, buttery, melting, and very juicy, with a rich, sugary, vinous, and aromatic flavor.

 

Passe Colmar Musque

Belgium

Yellow with mottles and patches of pale cinnamon russet, and a patch at the stalk.

Major Esperen seedling, of Malines, first fruiting occurred around 1845.

Ripen in the end of October and beginning of November.

Medium sized, obovate, even and regular. Stalk is obliquely set in a small funnel. Flesh is yellow, melting, juicy, sweet, has a very rich taste, with a fine aroma.

Passé Crassane

France

Orange-yellow, gold on the sunny side.

 

Originated by M. Boisbunel in Rouen, France in 1845.

 

Harvest: Late season, after Comice, similar to Josephine and Winter Nelis, moderate yield.

Fruits from above medium (weight 180 g) to large size, Bergamot-like or spherical shape, with large gray dots and rusty spots. Skin is thin, thick, and somewhat rough. Stalk is of medium length and thickness, slightly curved, straight. Funnel well defined, deep, with knobby edges, rusty.
Flesh is creamy, fragrant, very juicy, sweet, melting, with a nice acid, good taste.

Peach (Peche)

Belgium

Greenish-yellow, with a blush of red on the side next the sun, and covered with patches and dots of russet

Author: Major Esperen, of Malines, in 1845.

Ripen in the middle and end of August.

Fruit medium sized or large irregularly oval or roundish. Skin smooth. Flesh yellowish-white, fine-grained, and very melting, very juicy, sugary, vinous, and with a delicious perfume.

Pertusati

Italy

Bright yellow with clear rough brown russet.

M. Leroy raised this pear and named after Count Pertusati, of Milan.

Ripen during October and November

Medium sized; roundish, and somewhat uneven. Stalk is very short. Flesh is fine, melting and very juicy, sweet and acidulous, and with a moderate aroma.

Perun

Russia

Green during harvest, golden-yellow with a bright red striped diffused blush during consuming period. Small, green hypodermal dots, well-visible.

Originated in M.A. Lisavenko Research Institute of Horticulture in Siberia from pollination of a selective form number 10821 (Vnuchka (granddaughter)x Bergamot) with Dekanka zimnyaya. Authors: I.A. Puchkin, I.P. Kalinina, E.P. Karataeva, M.I. Borisenko.

Ripen in mid-October

Fruits of medium size, weighing 140 g, pear-shaped, uneven, anisopleural. Skin is not rough, smooth, oily, glossy. Stalk is medium long, curved. Flesh is white, medium solid, stingy and fine-grained, poorly juicy, acid-sweet, quite good taste.

 

Pervomaiskaya

Russia

Green, pink covering at the time of harvest, greenish-yellow with a brownish-red covering during consuming period.

Originated from a cross between Doch Zari and Pozdnyaa MOSVIR varieties. Authors: S.P. Yakovlev, A.P. Gribanovsky, N.I. Saveliev, V.V. Chivilevym.

Ripen in the second decade of September

Fruits medium and above medium size, weight 140-220 g, pear-shaped, regular shaped, smooth. Skin is medium, oily, with a waxy coating. Stalk is medium, curved, aslant set. Flesh is creamy, medium solid, half-buttery, juicy with a slight tartness and a small amount of granulations, the taste acid-sweet, with a strong aroma.

Petrovskaya

Russia

Greenish at the time of harvest, greenish-yellow during consuming period. Hardly visible, small hypodermal dots.

Originated from a cross between an interspecific hybrid 2-22-60 and intervarietal hybrid Sentyabrskaya (September) (1959).  Authors: Yu.A. Petrov, N.V. Efimova.

Summer

Fruits of medium size, weighing 115-135 g, medium univariate, elongated pear-shaped, with smooth surface. Stalk is long, medium, curved, aslant set. Flesh is creamy, tender, half-buttery, very juicy, acid-sweet.

Pierre Pépin

France

Lemon-yellow shaded with green, and densely dotted with brown russet.

Raised by M. Leroy.

Ripen in October,

Large, pyriform or oblong obovate. Stalk is placed without depression. Flesh is white, melting, very juicy, sweet, and vinous, with an acidulous and fragrant flavor.

Pitmaston Duchess

England

Pale lemon densely covered with patches of delicate cinnamon russet and a large patch at the stalk.

Raised by the late Mr. Williams, of Pitmaston, near Worcester, from a cross between Duchesse d'Angouleme and Glou Morçeau.

In use from the end of October till the end of November.

Large and beautiful, pyramidal, generally even or a little undulating. Skin is smooth and fine. Stalk is stout, and set either level with the surface or in a small narrow funnel. Flesh is very tender and melting, very juicy, exceedingly rich, with a sprightly vinous taste and delicate aroma.

Podarok Krasnokoutsky (Krasnokoutsky Goft)

Russia

Striped yellow color when fully ripe.

 

Ripen in late September - early October, but fruits develop taste in 15-20 days. Yield is average.

Fruits of medium and large size, regular-shaped with a thickening in the middle. Flesh is yellowish, tender, buttery, juicy, acid-sweet.

Podkumok

Russia

Greenish with a light brownish-red tan during harvest, pale yellow with a diffused brownish-red blush during consuming period. Hypodermal dots are small, green.

Originated on Stavropol Experimental Station of Promiculture, from a cross between Memory of Congress and Flemish Beauty. Athors: P.V. Kuznetsov.

Ripen on August 10-15.

Fruits of the correct form, wide-pyriform, non-univariate. Skin is shiny, oily.
Flesh is creamy, tender, buttery and sweet.

Povislaya (Drooping)

Russia

Greenish, greenish-yellow with dark red blush when fully ripe.

Originated in South Ural Research Institute Of Fruit and Vegetable Growing and Potato Growing, from a  cross between Ussuriiskaya number 78 and Olivier de Serres. Authors: P.A. Zhavoronkov, A.L. Danilova.

Autumn

The fruits are small (average weight 48-57 g, maximum 90 g), oval.
Flesh is juicy, sweet-acid moderate taste. In cold and overcast summers – acid.

Precoce Di Fiorani

Italy

Pale yellow with red blush.

Beurre Gifford x Coscia, bred by

Pirovano-Manzo, ISF, Rome, Italy.

Harvest: Very early season, 45 days before

Williams’, third week in January, good yield.

Medium, pyriform. Flavour fair to good.

Premices D'Écully (Belle d' Ecully)

France

Yellow, with patches of a greenish touch, brown russet dots and small blotches of russet.

Originated by M. Luizet at Ecully, near Lyons in 1847.

Ripen in the last week of September.

Above medium size, round or Bergamot-shaped, rather knobby and uneven. Stalk is stout, and woody, placed without depression. Flesh is tender, melting, and very juicy, rather coarse-grained, sweet, with a thin, watery, juicy, and pleasant flavor.

Premier

England

Cinnamon russet.

Originated at the Royal Garden, Frogmore, and first exhibited in 1871.

Ripen in November.

Above medium size, oblong, terminating abruptly and blunt at the stalk, undulating. Stalk is placed in an open funnel. Flesh is half-melting, very juicy, sweet, and brisk, with a flavor resembling a pineapple.

Primorskaya Krasavitsa (Maritime Beauty)

Russia

Yellowish-green or yellow, with the light tan, and multiple hypodermal dots.

Originated in the Far East Research Institute of Agriculture from a cross between Ussuri pear and Dekanka zimnyaya. Authors: A.V. Bolonyaev and G.M. Ivanchenko

Ripen in late August - early September

Fruit small (average weight 54 g, maximum 75 g), oval shape with a light rise to Stalk, univariate. skin is smooth, slightly oily. Stalk is medium long and thick, brownish-green.
Flesh is white, half-buttery, juicy, acid-sweet, aromatic.

Professor Du Brueil

France

Greenish yellow with russet, and with a red tinge on the sunny side.

Originated at Rouen, named after M. Alph. du Breuil, Professor of Arboriculture in Paris.

Ripen in the beginning of September.

Medium sized obovate, uneven, and undulating. Stalk is stout, inserted without depression. Flesh is half-melting, very juicy, with a rich sprightly taste and a musky aroma.

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