Packham’s Triumph

Packham’s Triumph

Synonym:
Packham’s
Family:
Rosaceae – Rose family
Species:
Pyrus communis

Origin

Packham's Triumph is the result of a cross breeding carried out by C. H. Packham in Molong, Australia, which took place in 1896 between Uvedale’s St. Germain and Williams’ Bon Chrétien

Fruit

It is medium to large in size, uneven, greenish to lemon-yellow, sometimes with traces of rust. The pulp is soft and melt-in-the-mouth.

Flavour

It has the pleasant flavour of Williams’ and is moderately sugary.

Maturity

From the end of September until the middle of October.

Storage

In cold storage until mid January and is durable in CA storage until the end of March. They have good shelf-life and are stable in transportation.