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(Synonymous with ‘Williams Bon Chreten’ and ‘Bartlett’)


Fruit ripening time: January


The most commonly grown pear in most countries outside of Asia, the William pear is a fond favourite.

A sweet and juicy pear, the skin turns golden yellow when ripe for eating. Useful for cooking when picked slightly firmer and will keep its shape. Useful for bottling.


Pollination partner; Partially self-fertile. Beurre Bosc, Comice, Winter Nellis, Winter Cole, Doyenne Du Comice, Beurre Diel, Yellow Huffcap, Durondeau, Easter Beurre, Beurre Superfin, Forelle, Gin.


William Pear Scion Wood


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