These pears get from medium to a big size. Their shape is egg-oval or pointless-conical, sometimes irregular. Their skin is smooth, a bit greasy and slightly glossy. It is greenish yellow and having got ripened – straw-yellow, sometimes with a mild carmine flush with no rust. Their stalks are quite short and thick. The flesh is yellow-white, medium-grained, sweet and winey, juicy, delicious. The fruit taste often depends on location where the trees grow. If the location is improper, in cool seasons the fruit may be distasteful – “tasteless”. The seed sockets are surrounded with a thin ring of stone cells.
The pears are big, elongated and cylindrical. Their skin is green, smooth at chalice, gets golden yellow when ripened. The flesh is white, dense, sweet, aromatic and juicy.
Most often the pears are big, sometimes medium and uneven in size. As to the shape, they are elongated, spindle-like and occasionally conical. Their skin is mat, greenish then yellow, and no flush with brown rust that covers half of the fruit surface in some years. Their stalks vary from medium to long and extend the fruit. No stalk well. The chalice well is small and shallow whereas the chalice is quite big and open. The flesh is salmon-yellow, subtle, very sweet, juicy, very tasteful.
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