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Sprouting out of Mt Vlasic-Wild Pear tree

Bred to be wild, the South Slavic pears refuse to be cultivated into domesticity.

In essence, the wild pears on the Bosnian Mt. Vlasic describes the generations of South Slavs. Eating the wild pear is life-changing with its sweetness and crispness. Despite horrific snows and sub-zero temperatures to hot summers the wild pear tree is fertile as it moves past its obstacles without impact.


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