Pears & Nashis

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A brown pear originating in Europe in the early 1800s and commonly grown throughout the world. Ve..
$19.80
Ex GST: $18.00
A brown pear originating in Europe in the early 1800s and commonly grown throughout the world. Ve..
$15.00
Ex GST: $13.64
Ripens mid to late March in Harcourt. A small to medium-sized Australian variety, Corella is an a..
$19.80
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A mid-season European pear with greenish-yellow skin. Flesh texture is good, as is the flavour. R..
$15.00
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Also called Nijisseiki. Round, medium-sized nashi with mild flavour. Creamy white and very juicy ..
$19.80
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Asian pear, excellent flavour, small and dark brown, fully russetted. Ripens late March to early ..
$19.80
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Partially self-fertile, ripens mid to late March. ..
$19.80
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Ripens February in Harcourt. Originating in NSW and dating to the early 1900s, Packhams are a goo..
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Ripens February in Harcourt. Originating in NSW and dating to the early 1900s, Packhams are a goo..
$15.00
Ex GST: $13.64
Ripens mid to late March in Harcourt. Also known as Sugar Pears, Crystal Pears or Faccia Bella, w..
$19.80
Ex GST: $18.00
Australian pear, bred in Victoria in 1940s. Dull red skin when picked, becoming bright red over a..
$19.80
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Australian pear, bred in Victoria in 1940s. Dull red skin when picked, becoming bright red over a..
$15.00
Ex GST: $13.64
Ripens early February in Harcourt. Developed in England about 200 years ago. A medium to large pe..
$19.80
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Ripens early February in Harcourt. Developed in England about 200 years ago. A medium to large pe..
$15.00
Ex GST: $13.64
Developed in Victoria in the late 19th century, Winter Cole is a small to medium-sized pear which..
$15.00
Ex GST: $13.64

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