[NAFEX] Pear recommendations for a single home tree?
Lon J. Rombough
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Wed Sep 14 16:33:12 EDT 2011
The old Seckel is outstanding for fresh eating and the fruit is colorful.
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On Sep 14, 2011, at 12:48 PM, Jay Cutts wrote:
Any suggestions for the best fresh eating pear? We're looking for
something for our front yard, probably a single tree. Ornamental
qualities would be a plus, such as fall color or a red pear. My main
interest, though, is one that will taste great. Are all pears pretty
equal on this or does anyone have any recommendations?
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On 9/14/2011 1:16 PM, Sarah Kehler Ewing wrote:
> I have a friend wondering if she can use Royaltry crab-apples for jelly. Anyone have personal experience? My Royalty tree is still sitting in its 5 gallon pot awaiting transplanting! lol
> She's too far away for me to taste them for her, but my guess was that if they are high in tannin (as judged by tasting) that they won't make good jelly.
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