Pyrus communis Harrow Crisp - Harrow Crisp Pear
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Harrow Crisp Pear

Pyrus communis 'Harrow Crisp'
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Harrow Crisp is a very attractive fruit with a red blush over a  very smooth yellow skin. Its flesh is grit-free and slightly firm with a mildly sweet flavor. It is slightly larger in size than a Bartlett, which it harvests with in August/September.

Harrow Delight was selected in 1982 at the Agriculture Canada Research Station in Harrow, Ontario, where many good peaches were also bred and introduced.

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Site Requirements
  Full Sun
Skill Required