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Harrow Crisp Pear

(Pyrus communis) This medium sized fruit is annually productive with an attractive, smooth yellow skin and red blush. Its white flesh has a crisp, mild flavour. A Bartlett Cross made in 1972 by Dr. H. A. Quamme at the Harrow and Vineland Stations, Harrow Crisp pears were introduced by Dr. David...

Harrow Sweet Pear

(Pyrus communis) A cross between  Bartlett and Purdue pear varieties, the Harrow Sweet pear was developed by the Agriculture Canada Research Station at Harrow, Ontario and lives up to its name.  The juicy flesh is sweet and the skin has a beautiful red blush. Maturing late season, this hardy,...

Bosc Pear

(Pyrus communis) While Bosc Pears are not a Canadian cultivar they are widely grown across Canada and have been extensively trialed. Developed in 1807 by Dr. John-Baptise Van Mons in Belgium, growing Bosc pears is not for the impatient. The trees are difficult to propagate and take a long time to...

The Canadian Gold Pear

(Pyrus communis)  With consistent size and quality, the Canadian Gold pear is an ideal commercial variety – it also happens to be beautiful with its golden skin when ripe with just a splash of orange.  Its large tree grows vigorously and upright, and growers should be aware that it is slow...

Harovin Sundown Pear

(Pyrus communis)  “We really believe in the pear. The taste is phenomenal, it has its own taste. It’s a Canadian pear, the first of its kind,” said Michael Ecker, president of Vineland Growers Cooperative. Vineland Growers Cooperative and Vineland Research and Innovation Centre...

Figurine Pear

(Pyrus communis) Thanks to Charlie Embree, the Figurine pear  is one of the newest kids in the orchard. Although the Figurine pear was created as a cross between Ovid and Beurré Fouqueray pears, made by Dr. A. D. Crowe at the Atlantic Food and Horticulture Research Centre in Kentville, Nova Scotia...