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It's a specialty fruit that you probably won't find in your supermarket: The Shinseiki Asian Pear Tree is one-of-a-kind...which means you've likely never tasted a pear quite like this. And it offers the best of both worlds because it's crisp like an apple with the sweet flavor of a classic pear.Shinseiki Asian Pears keep their crisp and crunchy texture, and they're usually round instead of pear-shaped. Plus, the tree itself is sized perfectly for smaller landscapes, so hassle-free planting and care are synonymous with the Shinseiki.And even young trees bear fruit. Some fruit trees take years before they actually produce fruit, but you can skip the waiting and jump straight to harvesting. Shinseiki Asian Pear Trees are already producing between 5 and 15 pounds of fruit when they're three years old! By the time they're 5 years old, the yield jumps to 30 to 50 pounds of pears each year. And when the trees are fully mature, you can expect a harvest of 100 to 400 pounds of luscious pears each year.Even better? Shinseiki Asian Pear Trees have a low-chill requirement, needing only 250 to 400 chill hours each year to produce pears. This means that even gardeners in the South (including North Florida) can enjoy pears they grow in their own backyard.Asian Pear Trees are self-pollinating, which means that they can bear some fruit without being cross-pollinated by another pear variety. However, for a truly robust harvest that maximizes your tree's fruiting potential, you'll need to plant another Asian Pear. But the process couldn't be easier: Not only are our Shinseikis bred with a higher disease resistance, more manageable size, but they're also planted and grown for months ahead of shipping.
This means healthier roots, more developed branching and even faster fruiting for you. We've done the hard work so that you get a proven performer. Now, reap the effortless, delicious rewards - get your own Shinseiki today!
Shinseiki Asian Pear Trees are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Shinseiki Asian Pear Tree will drastically increase the size of your crop.