Pyrus pyrifolia Shinsui - Shinsui Asian Pear
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Shinsui Asian Pear

Pyrus pyrifolia 'Shinsui'
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Shinsui is one of the earliest ripening Asian pears, ripening before Shinseiki in mid-August.  The fruit is medium sized, globular to oblate, with smooth yellow skin covered in an orange-brown russet.  The fruit is crisp and juicy and has good flavor for an early pear.  The fruit will keep for up to six weeks.

Shinsui means "New Century" in Japan where it originated.

Height
10-15
Spread
8-12
Zone
6-8
Color
Russeted
Categories
Pear---- Asian Varieties
Tags
Pollinizer neededMedium size fruitAverage vigorSpreading habitSpurry habitUpright habit

Bloom Character
Fruit Characteristics
Growth Rate/Habit
Harvest Period
Other Attributes
  Aromatic
  Sweet
Site Requirements
  Full Sun
Skill Required