Glou Morceau European Pear (semi-dwarf)

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Pyrus communis 'Glou Morceau' is a very old Belgian variety raised at Mons from seed around 1750. The name translates as dainty or delicious morsel with good reason. Fruit has russetted, tender pale greenish-yellow skin (3), flesh tinged yellow, tender, buttery, sweet with a rich, pleasant, aromatic flavour. A good inclusion to lengthen the harvest in a mixed orchard.

  • Pollination: partners include Conference, Packham's Triumph, Sensation, Williams, Gin, Yellow Huffcap.
  • Harvest: late May - June
  • Uses: top eating
  • Features: keeps well, very late harvest

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