Good quality fruit are large and shaped like a long pear. The yellow-skinned fruit becomes pale pink when cooked.
• Pollination Group: no other pollinators needed although the presence of additional varieties can improve pollination rates
• Uses: cooking especially stewing, poaching, roasting, preserving, jams, jellies, pastes
• Harvest: mid i.e. April
• Chill requirement: 300 hours
• Features: hardy tree, large fruit, moderately resistant to fleck if grown in moist coastal areas