Pear Packham’s Triumph

Packham’s Triumph is a pear variety bred by Charles Packham in Australia in 1896 as a cross of Angevine and Williams varieties. Its growing started in 1900. It is a late autumn variety that is ready for harvest about 34 days after Williams. It is similar to Williams and has a rather thin, uneven green skin with medium-sized rusty lenticels that are slightly more noticeable.

PROFILE:

  • Large to medium-sized fruit (180 g – 230 g – 280 g).
  • Green skin very similar to Williams
  • Very juicy, aromatic, slightly more sour than Williams
  • White flesh with a smooth texture, contains tiny sclerenchyma particles

BEST TO USE:

  • Eating fresh and salads

AVAILABILITY:

  • From October to May

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