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Fruit trees

POIRIER ASIAT. SHINSEKI

Yellow fruits are almost apple in shape, with crisp-textured, white flesh. Flavorful with a touch of citrus. Keeps well, easy to grow, heavy bearing small tree. Should be pollinated by 'Bartlett' or other asian pears. Fruiting will appear 3 to 5 years after planting. All dead branches must be eliminated to prevent diseases. For young plants, a regular supply of water is required, mainly in drought periods. 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 CLAPP

Large yellow pear similar to 'Bartlett' pear. Creamy white, tender flesh, very delicious. A favorite for eating fresh, for cooking or 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 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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POIRIER EARLY GOLDEN

Rustic pear with golden fruit maturing in early August. It must be pollinated by the American pear tree.
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POIRIER EARLY GOLDEN

Very hardy pear tree. Plenty of small yellow fruits. For fresh eating or for canning. 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 FLEMISH BEAUTY

One of the hardiest pear in our climate. Large yellow fruit, with red tints. Very tasty white flesh. A favorite for eating fresh, for cooking or 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 SAVIGNAC

From Quebec, this pear tree is extremely productive and hardy. Greenish yellow fruits; good for fresh eating or for preserves. Excellent resistance to diseases. 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 STE-SOPHIE

Beautiful ancestral pear form Quebec. Greenish yellow fruit, sweet and juicy. Harvest is done the first week of September in Montérégie. Perfectly hardy in zone 3. 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 SUMMERCRISP

One of the best Nordic pears. Fresh, tasty and crunchy fruits are ready to be harvested in August. In fall, install tree-guard on the trunk to protect it against sunburns and rodent damages, for the first years.

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