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15 best pear varieties for the middle lane

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The pear is an outsider in comparison with the apple tree, the undisputed leader among domestic fruit plants. The whole thing is a kind of capriciousness of the pear, difficulties in pruning, an abundance of diseases, difficulties in storing fruits. Despite this, pear is loved, pear is grown and pear is eaten with pleasure, sometimes doused with juice flowing from the fruit. Well, and what, probably, everyone knows the grandmother’s pear jam. Let's talk today about the 15 most interesting pear varieties, giving preference to new products. For convenience, we divide the description of pear varieties into three categories: first, we describe the varieties of early ripening, then middle and, finally, late, which become tastier some time after harvest.

Pears of different varieties.

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Early pear varieties for the middle lane

1. Pear "Visible"

A typical summer variety, which is a medium-sized tree with a crown in the shape of a narrow pyramid with curved, brown, bare and rounded shoots in shape. Leaf blades of green color, rather oblong, with a smooth surface. Pears reach a mass of 120 grams, have a slightly elongated pear-shaped shape, with the presence of tubercles on the surface. A very short peduncle set obliquely and a small funnel was noted.

Fruits are painted in greenish-yellow color, have a small pinkish tan on the southern side of the fruit. If you look closely at the fetus more closely, you can notice the grayish subcutaneous dots. The pulp of the pear is snow-white, very tender, with an abundance of juice. Tasters evaluate taste at 4.4 points out of a maximum of five points. Among the positive qualities of the variety, it should be noted its high winter hardiness for central Russia and productivity reaching 100 centners per hectare in some regions.

Pear Prominent.

2. Pear "Bryansk beauty"

A typical late-summer variety, which is a medium-sized tree, weakly growing, with a crown in the form of a sparse ball with compact, brownish-brown color, cranked, bare and rounded in shape shoots, the ends of which are directed upwards. Leaf blades of dark green color, rather elongated, with a smooth, shiny surface.

Pears reach a mass of 205 grams, have a slightly elongated pear-shaped shape. The fruits are golden yellow, have a small pinkish tan on the southern side of the fruit. If you look closely at the fetus more closely, you will notice grayish subcutaneous dots, the number of which is small. The pear pulp is creamy, very tender, moderately dense, with plenty of juice. Tasters rate taste with 4.8 points out of a maximum of five points, possibly also due to a pleasant pear aroma. Of the positive qualities of the variety should be noted its early maturity - the fruits will have to wait from the seedlings for only five years.

Pear Bryansk beauty.

3. Pear "Coeval"

A typical late summer variety, which is a medium-sized tree with a crown in the form of a rounded compact pyramid of medium density. Pears reach a mass of 85 grams, are mostly pear-shaped, with a gloss on the surface. The fruits are golden yellow, have a slight orange blush on the south side of the fruit.

The pear pulp is creamy, tender, medium in density, with plenty of juice. Tasters evaluate taste at 4.5 points out of a maximum of five points. The fruits become tastier after a little "lying" (within a week).

4. Pear "Banana"

A typical summer variety, which is a medium-sized tree with a drooping, medium-thickened crown and curved, brown, bare and round-shaped shoots. Leaf blades of green color, rather oblong, with a smooth surface. Pears reach a mass of 80 grams, have a pear shape, with a smooth surface. A very long and curved peduncle was noted; there was no funnel, and no rusting. The fruits are painted in greenish color, have a small brown-red tan on the southern side of the fruit. If you look closely at the fetus more closely, you will notice greenish subcutaneous dots.

The pear pulp is creamy, tender, with plenty of juice. Tasters evaluate taste with 4.6 points out of a maximum of five points (although gardeners note the fresh-sweet taste of the fruit, but with a pleasant aroma). Among the positive qualities of the variety, it should be noted its high winter hardiness for central Russia and productivity reaching 300 centners per hectare in some regions.

5. Pear "Skorospelka from Michurinsk"

A typical early summer variety, which is a medium-sized tree with a crown in the form of a rounded pyramid of medium density. Pears reach a mass of 70 grams, have a round-pear-shaped shape. The fruits are colored yellow-green, have a small pinkish tan on the southern side of the fruit.

The pear pulp is creamy, tender, with plenty of juice. Tasters evaluate taste with 4.7 points out of a maximum of five points (according to amateur gardeners, the taste is sweet and sour, with a pleasant pear aroma). Among the positive qualities of the variety, its relative resistance to scab and productivity, which reaches 200 centners per hectare in some regions, should be noted.

Pear Skorospelka from Michurinsk.

Pear varieties of medium ripening

6. Pear "Veles"

A typical autumn variety, which is a medium-sized tree with a drooping crown in the shape of a pyramid with arched curved, cherry-brown color, bare and rounded shoots in shape. Leaf blades of yellow-green color, elongated-oval, with a smooth surface and curved edges. Pears reach a mass of 120 grams, have a pear-shaped shape, only a little beveled and curved stalk. A blunt funnel and a small saucer are noted.

The fruits are painted in yellow-green color, have a small orange tan on the southern side of the fruit. If you look closely at the fetus more closely, you can notice the grayish subcutaneous dots. The pear pulp is creamy, very tender, with plenty of juice, slightly oily. Tasters evaluate taste at 4.6 points out of a maximum of five points. Of the positive qualities of the variety, it should be noted its high winter hardiness for central Russia, and resistance to return frosts to -20C and yield, which in some regions reaches 130 centners per hectare.

Pear Veles.

7. Pear "Thumbelina"

A typical autumn variety, which is a medium-sized tree with a rounded crown and brownish-brown color, bare and round-shaped shoots. Leaf blades of green color, elliptical shape. Pears reach a mass of 70 grams, have a slightly elongated pear-shaped shape. A very long and thin peduncle, erect, was marked; no funnel. The fruits are golden yellow, have a slight tan on the southern side of the fruit.

The pear pulp is creamy, tender, with plenty of juice, slightly oily. Tasters evaluate taste at 4.8 points out of a maximum of five points. Among the positive qualities of the variety, it should be noted its high winter hardiness for central Russia and productivity reaching 70 centners per hectare in some regions.

Pear Thumbelina.

8. Pear "Just Maria"

A typical autumn variety, which is a medium-sized tree, actively growing, with a crown of medium density, in the form of a wide pyramid. Medium-sized leaf blades, rather oblong, short-pointed. Pears reach a mass of 180 grams, have a pear-shaped shape. A shallow and blunt funnel was noted. Fruits at the time of removable maturity are painted in a light yellow color, have a small pink tan on the southern side of the fruit. After a week of storage, the fruits turn light yellow with a pinkish tan on a third of the fruit.

The pear's flesh is yellowish-white, medium in density, tender, with plenty of juice, oily and fine-grained. Tasters rate tastes at 4.8 points out of a maximum of five points (gardeners speak of taste as sweet and sour with a faint aroma). Of the positive qualities of the variety, it should be noted its productivity, which reaches 80 centners per hectare in some regions.

Pear Just Maria.

9. Pear "Irista"

A typical early autumn variety, representing a medium-sized tree, characterized by medium growth, with a rare crown in the shape of a reverse pyramid. Leaf blades of medium size, rather oblong, ovoid. Pears reach a mass of 155 grams, have a wide pear-shaped, regular shape. There is no funnel. Fruits in the period of removable maturity are colored in greenish color, have a small pinkish tan on the southern side of the fruit. After a week of storage, the fruits acquire a greenish-yellow color and a pinkish tan on 60% of the fruit's surface.

The pear pulp is snow-white, medium in density, but rather tender, with plenty of juice and semi-oily. Tasters evaluate taste with 4.5 points out of a maximum of five points (amateur gardeners characterize the taste as sweet and sour with a pleasant aroma). Of the positive qualities of the variety, it should be noted its high productivity, reaching 180 centners per hectare in some regions.

Pear of Irista.

10. Pear "Yeseninsky"

Typical early autumn variety, which is a medium-sized tree, characterized by medium growth power, with a dense crown in the shape of a pyramid with shoots sharply extending from the trunk. Leaf blades of medium size, elliptical in shape, with a long taper and concavity. Pears reach a mass of 145 grams, have a pear shape, with a smooth surface. A shallow, blunt funnel is noted. During the period of removable ripeness, the fruits are painted in a light green color, have a slight tan on the southern side of the fruit. After a week of storage, the fruits acquire a greenish-yellow color with a cover orange and pinkish-scarlet very large, blurry dots.

The pear pulp is creamy, medium in density, tender, with an abundance of juice and fine-grained. Tasters evaluate taste at 4.3 points out of a maximum of five points (amateur gardeners characterize the taste as sweet and sour with a pleasant pear aroma). Of the positive qualities of the variety, it should be noted its high productivity, which in some regions reaches 130 centners per hectare.

Pear Yesenin.

Late Pear Varieties

11. Pear "Belarusian late"

A typical winter variety, which is a medium-sized tree with an average growth force, with a spherical and very dense crown. Leaf blades of light green color, rather oblong, elliptical in shape with a long sharpening. Pears reach a mass of 120 grams, have a wide pear-shaped shape. The fruits are colored in orange-yellow color, have a small raspberry fuzzy tan on the southern side of the fruit.

The pear pulp is snow-white, medium in density, but tender, with plenty of juice, oily. Tasters evaluate taste at 4.2 points out of a maximum of five points (amateur gardeners characterize the taste as sweet and sour with a refreshing sourness). Of the positive qualities of the variety, it should be noted its high productivity, which in some regions reaches 130 centners per hectare.

Late Belarusian pear.

12. Pear "Yuryevskaya"

A typical early winter variety, which is a tall-growing tree with a crown in the shape of a pyramid with straight, reddish-brown color, shoots rounded in shape. Leaf blades of green color, elliptical in shape, short-pointed. Pears reach a mass of 130 grams, have a short pear shape. A very thick peduncle, which is slightly curved, and a weak funnel are noted. The fruits are colored in greenish-yellow color, have a small brown, blurred tan on the southern side of the fruit.

The pear pulp is greenish-creamy, rather dense, tender, with plenty of juice. Tasters evaluate taste with 4.5 points out of a maximum of five points (amateur gardeners characterize the taste as sweet-sour with a pleasant pear aroma). The fruits are usually harvested in late September - early October, and it is better to eat them in mid-October, they usually lie before the New Year. Of the positive qualities of the variety, its high productivity should be noted, reaching 127 centners per hectare in some regions.

Pear Yuryevskaya.

13. Pear "Novella"

A typical winter, table variety, which is a medium-sized tree with a crown in the form of a narrow pyramid with thick, straight, articulated, yellow, bare shoots. Leaf blades of green color, egg-shaped, with a smooth and shiny surface. Pears reach a mass of 135 grams, have a short pear shape. A blunt funnel is marked. Fruits are painted in greenish color, have a small pinkish blurry tan on the southern side of the fruit. If you look closely at the fetus more closely, you can notice the average size subcutaneous dots.

The pear has a creamy pulp, has granules, medium in density, with plenty of juice. Tasters evaluate taste at 4.3 points out of a maximum of five points (amateur gardeners characterize the taste as sour-sweet with an average pear aroma). Of the positive qualities of the variety, it should be noted its high productivity, reaching 150 centners per hectare in some regions.

Pear Novella.

14. Pear "Otradnenskaya"

A typical late autumn variety, which is a medium-sized tree with a spreading crown, straight, cranked shoots. Leaf blades of dark green color, broadly egg-shaped, with a smooth surface. Pears reach a mass of 99 grams, have an oblong-rounded regular shape. A very shallow funnel was noted. The fruits are painted in greenish-yellow color, have a slight tan on the southern side of the fruit.

The pear pulp is whitish-creamy, tender, with plenty of juice. Tasters evaluate taste at 4.3 points out of a maximum of five points. Of the positive qualities of the variety, it should be noted its high productivity, which in some regions reaches 200 centners per hectare and even more.

Pear Otradnenskaya.

15. Pear "Extravaganza"

A typical winter variety, which is a medium-sized tree with a crown in the shape of a wide pyramid with medium-sized arched, brown-brown shoots that are not pubescent. Leaf blades of green color, egg-shaped, with a smooth surface. Pears reach a mass of 130 grams, have an elongated pear-shaped shape. The absence of a funnel and saucer was noted. The fruits are painted in greenish-yellow color, have a small raspberry, fuzzy tan on the southern side of the fruit. If you look closely at the fetus more closely, you can notice the average size subcutaneous dots.

The pear pulp is snow-white, semi-oily. Tasters evaluate taste at 4.4 points out of a maximum of five points. Of the positive qualities of the variety, it should be noted its high productivity, which reaches 150 centners per hectare in some regions.

Pear Extravaganza.

We have described the most interesting and common varieties of pears (in any case, judging by the presence in the nurseries). In the comments, please write your favorite pear varieties and be sure to indicate in which region you live. Our readers will be very grateful to you!

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