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Pear Pomona

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Pear Pomona

Postby Ann Smith » Sun Jan 03, 2016 11:33 am

CHARLES MARTELL'S "PEARS OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND PERRY PEARS OF THE THREE COUNTIES" (2013)
Out now as a book, published by Hartpury Heritage Trust and the Gloucestershire Orchard Trust. It is the culmination of many years of Charles’ research and is a must for anyone interested in perry pears.
Price (including p&p) £23.50 for softback (eg for field use) or £33.50 hardback

Both this pomona and his Apple Pomona apple-pomona-t38.html
are an excellent read and a vital resource for owners of orchards large and small, orchard groups, community groups, schools, individuals with an interest in local heritage, curators, conservationists and scientists.
Please contact Ann Smith [email protected] if you would like a copy of either.
http://www.gloucestershireorchardtrust.org.uk

National Perry Pear Centre at Hartpury (works closely with Gloucestershire Orchard Trust)
http://www.hartpuryheritage.org.uk/plac ... ar-centre/
http://www.tasteandexplore.com

For a list of Nurseries supplying many of these rare perry pears, please see http://gloucestershireorchardtrust.org. ... nurseries/
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