Bartlett

Description:

The Bartlett Pear is also known as the “Williams” in other parts of the world. Enoch Bartlett of Dorchester, Massachusetts introduced the variety to the United Sates in the early 19th century not knowing it had already been introduced to other parts of the world.

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Availability:

Late August through December

Flavor/Texture:

Handsome green color and large, shapely appearance. It ripens to a bright yellow and is used for fresh eating, canning and cooking.

PLU Codes:

Large (100 & Larger) 4409

Small (110 & Smaller) 4024

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Where We Grow

Washington Fruit markets apples, pears and cherries from the growing regions of Central Washington and Northern Oregon. Orchard locations are throughout the Columbia Basin and the various plateaus and river systems from the Cascade Mountain Range.

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