What is a Hosui pear?

What is a Hosui pear?

Hosui pears are medium to large fruits, averaging seven centimeters in diameter, and have a round to ovate shape attached to thick, fibrous brown stems. The skin ripens from green when young to gold-bronze with maturity and is firm, chewy, and russeted with prominent pale lenticels.

What kind of pear is Korean pear?

A Korean Pear is like the love child of a big green apple and a Bosc pear — round, bigger than typical pears, with a crisp, sweet, white interior with a brownish-yellow skin. It’s hard and crisp when ripe, not like other pears that must soften to be ripe. It’s no wonder these are sometimes referred to as apple pears.

Is Nashi pear a pear?

Nashi Pears are more round like an apple, rather than European varieties that are a true pear shape. The fruit has brown, white or yellow skin and is very juicy, crisp and rather grainy compared to the smoother, softer more buttery flesh of European pears.

Is Hosui pear tree self pollinating?

Cold hardy, drought resistant and heat tolerant, Hosui is a good choice for milder climates as it requires only 450 low chilling hours. Vigorous willowy growth habit. Ripens in August. Self-pollinating, but will yield larger crops when pollinated with another variety.

Is Hosui pear self-fertile?

Hosui is partially self-fertile, but it will produce better crops when paired with a pollenizer. Thinning is necessary to maintain fruit size and annual bearing, and to prevent breakage caused by overcropping. Hosui (“Copious Juice”) is probably the best of our Asian pears.

Is Shinko pear self pollinating?

Like most Asian pears, Shinko is partially self-fertile, but better crops will be obtained when a pollenizer is present. The fruit is medium to large (14-20 oz.), round and flattish, with an attractive brown to golden-brown russet. The flesh is yellowish-white, crisp, and juicy with a distinctively rich, sweet flavor.

What does a nashi pear taste like?

Taste. The Nashi pear has the crisp bite of an apple and the flavour of a deliciously fresh, sweet pear. What’s more, it makes an excellent thirst quencher as it is full of juice.

What Colour is a nashi pear?

1) Nashi are beautifully crisp and juicy, with a thirst-quenching sweetness and creamy-white flesh. 2) They are harvested when ripe, so look for firm fruit that feels heavy for its size and is light yellow-green in colour – overripe nashi turn a rich golden colour and lose their crisp texture.

Are there dwarf pear trees?

Although standard pear trees need at least 18 to 25 feet of spacing, dwarf pear trees can be planted with as little as 10 to 15 of available space. And even better, they can be kept to 10 to 12′ in height as well. A height that makes it easily manageable to pick, prune and maintain.

Does Hosui pear need a pollinator?

Pollinators: The Hosui tree is somewhat self-fertile but to produce an adequate crop of fruit the tree requires a pollinator. Try the Bartlett or the 20th Century pear trees for pollination. Plant the trees 25-50 feet apart to ensure pollination.

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