Invincible is a new pear variety that produces two sets of blossom and so is less prone to frost damage, making it ideal for the north of England, Scotland, or in frost pockets. It also provides a long cropping period, from early September to mid-October. The fruit is initially crisp, but, left out of the fridge, it gradually becomes tender and juicy. It is partially self-fertile, and so it does better with a pollinator.

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Invincible pear
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