Pollinators: Lemon Bergamot, Nijisseili (20th Century), Williams Bon Chretien (syn Bartlett), Josephine De Malines, Packham’s Triumph, Corella Bosc Pear. A medium sized traditional French Pear with all the floral flavours, melting sweet juicy flesh that you expect from a French pear. Stores well. Subsequently, question is, is Orient Pear self pollinating? Bosc Pear tree is a semi-dwarf tree that provides excellent, late-season fruit. • Fairly simple rules govern most pollination requirements. Although self-fruitful, these pears will produce better when pollinated by varieties like Bosc or D'Anjou. More fruit is produced on horizontal growth. Buerre Bosc Almost round smallish pears with green skin and an orange flush. Estimated Chilling Requirement 500-600 hours below 45°F ; USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 5 - 9 ; Pollination. Vicar of Winkfield A distinctive bright crimson and gold skin. Partially self-pollinating: If spring conditions are excellent, then these trees will be self-fertile to some degree, however if it is a poor spring, then the trees definitely need another pollinator for fruit set. A Bosc pear tree will produce later into the season than other types. Harvest Dates. The first time that Bosc Pears were seen was in the early 1800s. Use for Fresh fruit, drying and preserving, stewing and juice. They need another tree for pollination, and not just one of the same variety, but a different variety of the same fruit. More than doubled in size. Pollinators: Beurre Bosc, Packham’s Triumph, Packham’s Triumph Summer pruning may be required to limit vigorous upright growth. Thinning may be needed to increase fruit size. Good regular cropping and heavy bearer. Keeps well, becoming sweeter and more aromatic. Red Clapp’s Cold Snap® Crispie™ Sunrise Bartlett Red Bartlett AC™ Harrow Crisp Seckel Blake’s Pride Potomac Magness Beurre D’Anjou Harrow Sweet Golden Russet Bosc Shenandoah; Red Clapp’s: Pollinators: Josephine De Malines, Packham’s Triumph, Williams Bon Chretien (syn Bartlett) Pollinators: Self fertile. September 10 to September 30 Matures: March April, Josephine ( J. Bosc pears are characterised for their hard flesh and brown skin. Pollination Good regular cropping. Pollinators: Partially Self Fertile, better with Beurre Bosc, Buttira Precoce Morettini, Chojuro, Geishirtle, Hosui, Nijisseili (20th Century), Red D’Anjou (known to be incompatible with Josephine De Malines and Sensation), Winter Nellis Pollinators: Nijisseili (20th Century), Red D’Anjou, Sensation, Williams Bon Chretien (syn Bartlett), Winter Nellis, Buerre Hardy C&O Nursery's Pear trees are grown on Old Home x Farmingdale rootstock. A small to medium, conical shaped fruit with greenish-yellow, partly russeted fruit, with an outstanding aroma and sweet, soft, juicy flesh. 2 Way Multi-Graft: Williams (partially self fertile), and Packham’s Triumph. One of the best all rounders for cooking, perfect baked in tarts, poached in honey or red wine or pan fried. If left to ripen on the tree the texture can become gritty. My Account; Our Guarantee; Contact Us; Warranty, Terms & Conditions; Company Information . Refrigeration is necessary for about 14 to 21 days for the fruit to ripen satisfactorily. Matures: March, Buttira Precoce Morettini pear trees. Pollination partner pear varieties in our catalogue. Pears fall into flowering groups: Early, Mid, Late and Very Late. • With the exception of peaches and nectarines, which are almost 100% self-fertile, most types of other fruits require another, different variety of the same type fruit for pollination. It is suitable to be used in poaching. As the name indicates: a very attractive pear. A moderate cropping variety from Belgium, with excellent keeping qualities. Pollination – Pear. When properly ripened at room temperature, the flesh is yellowish white, slightly granular, juicy and sweet. The following varieties will pollinate this pear tree. Moreover, at one point in their ripeness cycle they tend to be juicy, crunchy and sweet. Packham’s Triumph – White flesh and green skin. Used and cultivated for thousands of years, they have one unique characteristic: unlike most fruit, pears improve in both texture and flavour after they are picked. PEAR POLLINATION CHART 18528 Aurora Ave N * Shoreline, WA 98133 * (206) 546-4851 * www.skynursery.com Pears need to cross-pollinate with another pear variety for good fruit set, and both must be in bloom at the same time. This centuries old perry pear is used exclusively for perry (pear cider). Also known as the Kaiser, it is grown in Europe, Australia, British Columbia and Ontario, Canada, and the northwestern U.S. states of California, Washington, and Oregon.. Self-pollinating: A few pears are self-pollinating, and will produce a fair crop on their own. Matures: March, Geishirtle PEAR POLLINATION CHART 18528 Aurora Ave N * Shoreline, WA 98133 * (206) 546-4851 * www.skynursery.com Pears need to cross-pollinate with another pear variety for good fruit set, and both must be in bloom at the same time. Some branches may revert back to green skin. Pollinators: Corella. The Beurre Bosc or Bosc is a cultivar of the European pear (Pyrus communis) from France or Belgium originally. Once they have reached their state of full ripeness the flavour of Bosc pears tends to be sweeter, while the texture becomes softer and wrinkly.