Pyrus pyrifoliaFall. Chojuro x P. ussuriensis. Chungsil, Korea, 1969. Also called Dan Bae and Korean Giant.
Very large brown-green-orange russeted fruit weighing up to a pound or more, with sweet firm crisp coarse juicy white flesh. Hardy but requires a long growing season, ripening in the fall. May not mature in colder areas. Keeps in the root cellar until spring. Upright spreading productive precocious tree. May have some tolerance to fireblight. Z5. (2½-6' bare-root trees)
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Although partly self-fruitful, pollinators are recommended. The varieties we offer will pollinate one another. Some European pears, notably Bartlett, will also act as pollinators. Plant 15–20' apart.