Pyrus communis 'Aurora'
Aurora is a large early-season pear, related to Bartlett and ripening at the same time, but with a superior flavor - sweet, juicy, with melting flesh.
The pears are a bit larger than Bartlett, but have a similar yellow russeted appearance, often flushed red. Unlike Bartlett they can be kept in a fridge for a couple of months without loss of flavor and texture.
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Aurora is more vigorous than Bartlett, and although susceptible to fire blight, its vigor gives it a better chance of surviving.
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Aurora was developed at the New York State Agriculture Experiment Station at Geneva, NY, in the 1960s. One of the parents is Bartlett.