Pear 'Bohemica'

Pyrus communis 'Bohemica'

Pear 'Bohemica'
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Pear Bohemica is a pear for the winter.
Fruit: medium to large, conical to pear-shaped. Green, when ripe yellowish with orange blush.
Gives fast fruits and also lots of fruits.
Harvesting in October, ripening in late December to early January. They can then be stored until April.


Blossom time
Planting distance

Distance in hedge

Soil conditions
Permeable grounds
Fruit colour
Sweet, juicy, soft flesh
Good pear to eat out of hand
Picking season
Season of use
January to April
Growing situation
Warm pitch
Mature plant height

Blossom colour
Valuable plant
Moderate growth
Producing fruits after
After 1 to 2 years
Not self-pollinating
Beurré Hardy, Bonne Louise d'Avranche, Clapp's Favourite, Conference, Williams Bon Chretien
Disease resistance
Healthy species, is insensitive to fungi and also hardy.
Overall appreciation

This article is available in the following version(s)

Pear 'Bohemica' - Spindle, 1 year in pot on seedling

With this maiden form you can make a half-standard or standard tree.
Also convenient for higher espaliers (3 to 5 meter)
€ 18.50
60-80 cm

Pear 'Bohemica' - Half-standard, 2 years

Photo: bush, 2-years convenient for making an espalier, before pruning and after pruning
This bush-trained tree can be used for making an fruit espalier
This bush tree can reach a height of 2,5 to 3,5 meter
€ 26.75

Pear 'Bohemica' - Half-standard, 2 years in pot

Photo : half-standard 2-years, before pruning and after pruning
This half-standard tree can reach a height of 4 to 5 meters
Recommended planting distance: 5 to 6 meters
€ 27.50

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