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20th Century Asian Pear- Variety Information
- Experience the sweet juicy flavor of a freshly ripened Asian Pear with its explosive texture and crisp bite.
- The most popular Asian pear, the 20th Century Asian Pear is also known as Nijisseiki.
- The 20th Century Asian Pear is apple-shaped with medium gold skin.
- It has the flavor and sweetness of pear with the crispness of an apple
- The 20th Century Asian Pear tree is a small, easy to grow, heavy bearing tree.
- The pear fruit keeps well, up to six months.
- The 20th Century Asian Pear tree is self-fruitful, or can be pollinated by Shinseiki, Bartlett, Hosui, or another Pear.
- This tree is cold hardy, drought-resistant, heat tolerant.
- Grafted onto OHxF333 semi-dwarf rootstock.
- USDA Zone 5-10 & 300-400 Chill Hours Required.
Approximate harvest period (for Central CA): August.
- This tree is shipped dormant and bare-rooted.
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Guia de cultivo para un arbol de raiz desnuda
- Susceptible to fire blight and codling moth so seasonal maintenance is a must.
- Fruit should be thinned to one per spur.
- Plant 2 varieties for best pollination.
- Unpruned trees will reach 2/3 of standard (about 12-18').
- By pruning, keep any tree to any size.
What is a Bare Root Fruit Tree?
A Bare root fruit tree is a 2-3 year old fruit tree which has gone dormant for the winter. It is delivered to you without soil. The best time to plant bare root fruit trees is the end of the winter season. This gives your tree time to acclimate to it's environment before the warmth of spring comes.
Dormant Tree & Plant Guarantee:
We guarantee that trees that are shipped dormant will leaf out the following spring if you follow our growing and handling instructions. Any dormant tree that does not leaf out can qualify for a refund if you submit a claim by May 15th. All deciduous fruit trees, persimmons and jujubes need to be planted in the ground by April 1st to qualify for replacement, unless you are in area where the ground is still frozen at that time.
In the rare event that your dormant tree/plant has not leafed out by May 1st, please perform a “scratch test” to check for green under the bark. Just beneath the dry, outer layer of bark in a tree's trunk lies the cambium layer. In a living tree, this is green; in a dead tree, it is brown and dry. To perform a “scratch test”, scratch off the top layer of bark in a small spot on a branch and on the trunk. Be sure to do 1 test above the graft union, and a 2nd just below the graft union. If the scratch test reveals a brown cambium, that means your tree/plant is dead or dying.
To qualify for a refund, you must submit a claim via email to email@example.com by no later than May 15th. Please include your order number in the subject line of your email.
Claims must include:
-Photos of the scratch test areas
-Your order number
-Name(s) of trees affected.
We will review your claim and if approved, we will issue you a refund for the purchase price of your dormant tree (excluding shipping). We reserve the right to not issue a refund for items that have already been replaced.
Protect your tree from sunburn, insects & rodents with PLANT GUARD tree paint & foliar spray.
Protect your roots from rodents with ROOT GUARD the original gopher wire basket.
Feed your fruit tree with Romeo Plant Food. This water-soluble fertilizer is great for in-ground or in-container growing.
- The trees are approximately 2 years old.
- Our trees are measured by trunk caliper.
- Trunk size may vary slightly based on availability during the season.
- The average trunk size is 1/2"-5/8".
All of our bare root fruit trees will come pruned so that the reduced root mass is balanced with the canopy to maximize grower success. Our bare root fruit trees are headed back to fit in the 60" tall box that they will ship in. Branches are seldom removed during this process unless dead or damaged and are only reduced to fit the tree in the box so that the grower can decide what branches to keep or remove. This is done in a way that will allow the home grower to continue to grow the tree as a central leader or prune the tree to an open center.
The tree will be shipped dormant (no leaves) and bare-rooted.