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Pear tree

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Conference Pear is the most widely grown pear and is especially good in cooler climates where some other varieties fail to thrive. It has long narrow fruits which have very firm flesh & good flavour. Conference Pear is a very reliable cropper and self fertile

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Gourd (decorative)

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These plants are grown for their decorative fruit that looks like small melons or squashes and comes in an array of colours and shapes typically greens and yellows.They are not for eating !
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Raspberry

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The popular raspberry yields lots of fruit from a small cultivation area. The tasty fruits are produced in profusion and are great for all sorts of desserts and jams. Some consider autumn-fruiting types to be a prefered choice for easy maintenance.

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Melon

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Melon with thin smooth skin with light green stripes maturing to creamy yellow. Orange flesh is fine-textured delightfully scented and very sweet. Obviously grown in this region of France.
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Strawberry

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(A) unknown variety of single-cropping (B and C) remontant - refruits from May to October.