Packham's Triumph Pear
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An Australian variety by Charles Packham in 1896. Slow-ripening sweet, delicious, white and juicy flesh and turning a paler green when ripe. Can be eaten when firm or soft when fully ripe. Most widely grown pear in Australia.
- Pollination Group: Conference, Beurre Hardy, Josephine, Nijisseki, Clapp’s Favourite, Chojuro, Kosui
- Size: Up to 5 metres when mature
- Harvest: early-mid March
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