A productive, hearty variety. This tree bears large crops of medium-size fruit featuring glossy yellow skin with tan-russet hues. Flesh is aromatic and juicy with a smooth, buttery texture. These pears store well and are good for fresh eating, canning or making desserts or pear butter. Tree is disease-resistant to fire blight and has an upright growth habit. Originates in Ohio, introduced in 1998. Heat-tolerant. Ripens in early September. Best pollinators: Bartlett or Beurre Bosc. See more Recommended Pollinators below.