Your standard globular golden Asian pear- the Shinseiki Pear is native to east Asia and Japan. Hardy down to USDA Zone 5, this Pear makes a great addition to home orchards. A generally low sugar content but high storing capacity, these pears offer flavors for those not interested in a strong pear flavor and are more akin to tarter apples than sweet pears. White blooms in the Spring also make this tree an excellent ornamental additional to gardens and landscaping. Even on Bartlett Seedling rootstocks, the Shinseiki Pear doesn't grow larger than 15'.
USDA Zone: 5-9
Mature Height: 12-15' (Semi-dwarf)
Sun: Full Sun
Ripening Time: August
Pollination: Trees are self fertile but more, larger, and better formed pear grow when two or more trees are planted together.
Semi-dwarf Rootstock: Seedling