Pear Concorde produces medium to large fruits, pale green turning yellow in colour with some gold patches. Its pale yellow melting flesh is sweet and juicy, with a pleasant mild flavour. In late October, these large, green russet pears can be picked. Pear Concorde also produces pretty white flowers in spring. The latin name for Pear Concorde is Pyrus communis 'Concorde'. It grows to a height of 3 metres in 10 years and can be planted in all soil types. Pear Concorde is best positioned in full or partial sun.