Shinseiki Asian Pear
Shinseiki Asian Pears (Pyrus Domestica Shinseiki) is easy to grow, a reliable cropper providing tasty eating pears and pleasing foliage and flowers in the Spring. Some trees have cropped so heavily the branches have broken.
Asian Pears combine the distinct flavour of pears with the crispiness of apples and have a distinct but very pleasing aroma.
This fruit tree is SELF FERTILE which means it will provide fruit without the need for another pollinator. In plain English, plant it where you like, it will provide fruit although close proximity to some secret Government labs may influence your results!
Provided as a bush form in a 7-15 Litre container.
Shinseiki Pear Tree Options
100cm+ :Usually comes in a 5-12L container, will be around 100-150 cm tall and come as a bush shape. (contact us if shape is important to you)
150cm+ :Usually comes in a 7-15 Litre container, will be around 150-200 cm tall and come as a single stem or Half Standard (contact us first if shape is important to you)
Expect a final height of around 4 metres although pruning or restricting the root spread with containers will keep final height lower.
Shinseiki Asian Pears will be ready for eating in September and can be kept in the salad crisper part of your fridge for at least a month, possibly three. Kept at room temperature you can keep for up to 14 days, 2 weeks or half a month, which ever is longest!
See What Our Customers Are Saying About Our Shinseiki Asian Pear Trees
Dear Mr. Senior dogsbody for treesonline, The Shinseiki Asian pear tree has been recieved in good health and I have managed to keep it alive for now . Thank you and your staff for the prompt delivery . It was bought as a gift to my husband and he is in love with it ( maybe I need to order a less attractive tree next time ) . Anyway thanks once again and I would happily recommend your business to everyone I know . Warm regards Deepa 0919
just to say the tree has arrived - and looks great. Thanks Chris 0919
The two Asian pear tree were superb specimens and they have endured rain, winds and hopefully a bit of sun now, all in a matter of weeks since their arrival. So hopefully, today being the first day of spring....we are keeping our fingers crossed that spring has finally sprung and the start of the warmer days will bring on a growth spurt!!!Kind regards A. Lee 0319