Pear cordon "Concorde"

Photo: Nina Pope 09.07.11

Photo: Nina Pope 02.04.11

Photo: Nina Pope 15.05.10

Photo: Nina Pope 15.05.10

Pear cordon "Concorde"

Pear "Concorde" (Pyrus communis)

Fruit - Edible?: Edible

Notes from Keepers Nursery: "Concorde is an excellent modern dessert pear suitable for most locations"

Use: Dessert

Season of Use: Oct-Feb

Origin: Kent UK 1977

Pollination Group: E

Self-fertility: Partially Self Fertile

In Saturday 6th February 2010

  • Planted Out by Group, Sat 6th Feb '10
    At tree planting event
  • Pruned by Group, Mon 9th Aug '10
  • Pruned by Group, Sat 9th Jul '11

This tree came as a 1 year maiden on root stock Quince C, we are growing it as a cordon.

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