78 days, indeterminate
— The plants of "Yellow Pear' tend to be large, sprawling, and producing loads of fruit clusters. As its name implies, the fruit are yellow in color and pear-shaped, with firm skins, about one-inch in length, and have a nice flavor. Good in salads, sauces or by themselves and a bite sized snaking tomato. They have been fairly cold tolerant in our test gardens and are typically the last ones living every year.
Similar in description to the 'Red Pear
.' Documented as a pre-1800 variety.
Each packet contains approximately 20 seeds, and there are about 70 seeds per 0.25 gram.