Also known as an Asian Pear this fruit combines the juiciness of a pear with the crispness of an apple. The taste is similar to a pear but is much sweeter. Fantastic storage qualities.
A very large, juicy, sweet, low acid, bronze-skinned pear that is one of the most popular varieties. Hosui is partially self-pollinating however will benefit from cross pollination with Kosui.
Very low chill selection that has acclimatised to the subtropical areas of northern NSW. Used as a cooking pear as the fruit dosnt go soft on ripening. Self pollinating.
Round, medium to large, yellow fruit. Crisp creamy white flesh; mild, sweet flavour. Tastes best when tree ripened. Hangs on the tree in good condition for 4 - 6 weeks. Vigorous and spreading. Self-pollinating with a lower chill requirement than most.
Small, flat, bronze russet, early maturing, high quality sweet fruit. Nashi's combine the crunchiness of an apple and the sweetness of a pear.
Comments (1)NEW | 175mm pot | $24.90 AU | In Production |
A heavy bearing spreading variety. Medium sized round fruit of excellent eating quality with yellowish green clear skin and moderate sugar content. This variety appears to set fruit without pollination however the fruit is smaller.
Comments (5)NEW | 175mm pot | $24.90 AU | In Production |
A superior low chill nashi suitable for subtropical areas, a vigorous selection that is self pollinating and will be highly productive within 2-3 years. The delicate beige speckled skin is attractive, the flesh is white, crisp and crunchy and melts in the mouth. Delicious eaten straight off the tree.
175mm Long pot | $39.00 AU | Seeking Propagation Material |
The Yali pear has very white, very juicy and very sweet flesh, with a satisfying crunch to it. The skin and the flesh texture is smooth making it a scrumptious delight. It pollinates well with all other nashis.
|Height||Frost tol.||Pollination req'd||Evergreen/Deciduous||Harvest period|
|5||Medium||Yes||Deciduous||February - April|
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This is the sweetest one, is most loved by those that can get over it's rather motley skin and its early,beats an erly apple any day. | Mark Fort - Te Teko , N. Z. 08-Dec-2009
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