Shinseiki Asian Pear

Late Summer. Nijisseiki x Chojuro. Teiji Ishikawa intro, Okayama Prefecture Ag Exp Stn, Japan, 1945.

Medium-sized round-oblate light to medium-bright yellow fruit, with little to no russeting. Flesh is white, crisp, sweet and mildly tart with lots of juice.

Shinseiki means ‘new century.’ Keeps about three months in storage. Dense spreading precocious productive tree. Cold hardy. Disease resistant. Z5. Maine Grown. (2½-6' bare-root trees)

268 Shinseiki
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Asian Pears

Although partly self-fruitful, pollinators are recommended. The varieties we offer will pollinate one another. Some European pears, notably Bartlett, will also act as pollinators. Plant 15–20' apart.

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