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'Comtesse Clara Frijs' Euro Pear Refresh

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This is a highly pest resistant and high-quality eating pear I picked up as scionwood from the USDA.  Joan Morgan - pear author writes:

Clara Frijs
Denmark: first described 1858 by J.A. Bentzien;  several trees found by Count Carlsen in village of Skensved, but origin unknown (Nilsson, 1989.)
One of most popular Danish varieties until recent times;  also well known Sweden.  Ripen to bright, pale yellow.  Juicy, melting, very sweet, white flesh;  can be scented and an almond-flavoured sweetmeat.
Fruit Size: med. (58-69 high x 58-66mm wide), can be larger, but usually heavy crop and med. size.  Shape: conical.  Colour: pale green turning pale yellow; smooth skin, trace russet;  many fine green/russet lenticels.  Eye: open; sepals linked,m reflexed.  Basin: shallow/med. depth, width.  Stalk: med. length; med. thick;  inserted erect/slt. angle.  Cavity: slt./absent, sometimes obscured by rib at side.
F* mid., (F25). T 2/3;  sprd.; well spurred.  C gd/hvy.  P eSept.  S. Sept.;  commercially stored 2 mths.   'The Book of Pears' The Definitive History and Guide to Over 500-Varieties' - Joan Morgan.

You will receive a stick with at least 5 easy to use buds with mature wood beneath all 5-buds .  Scions came to me from the USDA as a synonym under the name of 'Clara Frijs',  (''Comtesse Clara Frijs'') ..  My sticks I got from: https://npgsweb.ars-grin.gov/gringlobal/accessiondetail?id=1223413

I'm a vetted grafter that when I prepare my scions for you or myself for that matter, there is never a single bud that has wood below it that the wood is immature. The wood is always dense and will successfully push the bud .  That's for your kind support.  Dax

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