Beurre Bosc Beurre bosc

A brown pear originating in Europe.

Picking Dates: Early March


Corella Photo not yet available

A small to medium sized Australian variety.

Picking Dates: Early April


Josephine Josephone

A mid-season European pear with greenish-yellow skin.

Picking Dates: Early April


Kieffer No photo yet as we haven't had fruit from these trees

A late-season roundish pear.

Picking Dates:


Nashi Nashi

Also known as Japanese pears.

Picking Dates: Early March


Packham's Triumph

One of the most well known green pears.

Picking Dates: Mid March


Williams (Bartlett) Williams

An early season green pear.

Picking Dates: Late February


Winter Cole Winter Cole

Small brown pear.

Picking Dates:  Late March


Winter Nelis Winter Nelis

A brown, roundish pear.

Picking Dates: Late March



About Us

We – Hugh and Katie Finlay – draw on over 15 years' experience as orchardists at our farm, Mt Alexander Fruit Gardens, to bring you the Grow Great Fruit Program, the farm-proven system for home fruit growers.

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Our blog gives a snapshot on various aspects of life on the farm, with regular guest posts by Mel and Sas from the Gung Hoe Growers, and new farmer Ant.

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Grow Great Fruit Program

We grow organically, and teach organic growing principles and methods. We’re aware of the changing climate, so the farming methods we use help to create solutions, not add to the problem. We've poured years of experience into our farm-tested Grow Great Fruit program after talking to hundreds of home growers, and figuring out what you need most...information, security, and someone you can trust to help you solve your problems.


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