William Crump is a relatively large apple by modern standards. It was named after the head gardener at Madresfield Court in Worcesterhire in 1908. It is a cross between Cox’s Orange Pippin and Worcester Pearmain, hence its bright red skin … Continue reading
Russian, extremely resistant to frost and scab - autumn pear variety. Very tasty, juicy and sweet.
The flesh is creamy-white, with high consistency and decent flavour.
Used for grafting pears and quinces, and has a good compatibility with all types of pears.
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