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PECHER POLLY

Reliable crops of tasty, sweet, medium-sized, white-fleshed fruit. Polly White peach is one of the most winter hardy heirloom peach varieties; withstands temperatures to -29°C. Polly White has medium to large fruit with white skin overlaid with a rich crimson blush. Very sweet, tender, juicy, white freestone flesh of the highest quality. Very hardy and productive.

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PECHER RELIANCE

The best variety for cold regions! Medium sized fruit, freestone, pinkish red in colour with light yellow, juicy, tender flesh. Ripening at the end of August. Starts producing fruits 3-5 years after planting. Prune in March, at the end of winter. In fall, install tree-guard on the trunk to protect it against sunburns and rodent damages, for the first years.

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POIRIER 4 DANS 1

4 in a pear tree. Pear tree grafted with a combination of four varieties. Harvest period varies among cultivars. Prune dead branches to prevent diseases. For young plants, a regular supply of water is required, mainly in drought periods. Self-fertile.
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POIRIER 5 DANS 1

5 in a pear tree. Pear tree grafted with a combination of five varieties (Clap, Bosc, Flemish Beauty, Red Bartlett, Anjou or Bartlett). Harvest period varies among cultivars. Prune dead branches to prevent diseases. For young plants, a regular supply of water is required, mainly in drought periods. Self-fertile.

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POIRIER 6 DANS 1

Pear tree grafted with a combination of six varieties. Harvest period varies among cultivars. Prune dead branches to prevent diseases. For young plants, a regular supply of water is required, mainly in drought periods. Self-fertile.

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POIRIER ANJOU

Wide green fruit with mild, aromatic fine-textured flesh. Fruit has a long storage life. Good to eat fresh or for preserves. Should be planted with another pear variety to get fruits. Starts producing fruits 3-5 years after planting. Prune in March, at the end of winter. In fall, install tree-guard on the trunk to protect it against sunburns and rodent damages, for the first years.

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POIRIER ASIAT. 4 DANS 1

4 in a pear tree. Pear tree grafted with a combination of four varieties (Chojuro, Hosui, Shinseiko, 20th Century). Harvest period varies among cultivars. Prune dead branches to prevent diseases. For young plants, a regular supply of water is required, mainly in drought periods. Self-fertile.

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POIRIER ASIAT. CHOJURO

Orange brown skinned fruit with a crisp, mildy sweet aromatic flesh. Good to eat fresh, in fruit salads or for preserves. Ripe fruits keep well for months. Very good quality and a heavy yielder. Excellent variety for home gardeners with limited space. Great fall foliage color. This self-sterile cultivar should be pollinated by 'Bartlett' pear or other asian pears to produce fruits. In fall, install tree-guard on the trunk.

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POIRIER BARTLETT

Fruit is wide and green, turning yellow when ripe. For fresh consumption or preserves. Plant another variety of pear to get fruits. Production will take 3 to 5 years. Ripening in mid-September. All dead branches must be eliminated to prevent diseases. For young plants, a regular supply of water is required, mainly in drought periods. Install tree-guard on the trunk in fall.

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POIRIER COLD SNAP

A new pear variety developed in Canada. The Cold Snap has many advantages: its round shape and its reddish pink peel are attractive. In addition, "its texture is neither too soft nor too crunchy, it is not as grainy as other pears, and its ripening is more uniform. This new variety is also tolerant to fire blight. Another important advantage is the longer shelf life than other pears.

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