The pear tree prefers a temperate climate: it therefore grows throughout Europe and can be grown in every region of Italy. The soils preferred by the pear tree are the richest and deepest ones, with fresh and non-sandy soils, possibly non-calcareous. The pear plant has good resistance to atmospheric agents and fears drought more than the cold.
Rich in fiber and antioxidants, the pear satisfies and fights cholesterol. In short, it is an authentic ally of well-being. It also contains various vitamins such as vitamin C and vitamin K: useful for strengthening the immune system and keeping away seasonal ailments. Furthermore, it is rich in many mineral salts, especially potassium and copper.