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Pyrus pyrifolia - Rootstock: Pyrus betulifolia. Japan circa 1898. The name means "20th Century". This variety has a yellow-green skin, and is slightly sweeter and juicer than other varieties. The fruits are not generally baked in pies or made into jams because they have a high water content and a crisp, grainy texture, (very different from the European varieties), so are commonly served peeled and raw. Mid season, Group A. These have proved to be partially self-fertile and will produce a small crop without a pollinator. Ht to 3.5 metres but can be pruned to 2 metres if required. Priced for: 2 year bush in a 6 litre pot