An ornamental, fruit-bearing tree that graces your landscape with white flowers before settling down to the job of making fruit. White, crisp flesh with coarse texture is prized for fresh eating and in sauces and preserves. A great selection for smaller landscapes! Fruit is ideal for fresh eating or canning, ripening from mid September to mid October.
Grows best in average, well-drained soil, but adapts to a wide range of soil conditions. Self-fruitful but better fruit set when pollinated by any other non-Asian pear. Prune in winter to promote open branching and good airflow for fruiting.