The Chojuro pear is a popular Asian pear variety. Expect a heavy crop of large, round, golden brown pears in late summer to early fall. The fruit is firm, juicy, and sweet. Chojuro pears are great for dessert, and can be stored for up to five months. The Chojuro needs at least two pollination buddies with the same bloom period, such as Bartlett and Hosui.
- Hardiness zones 5 to 8
- Tree grows 8 to 10 feet tall and wide as a dwarf variety
- Standard tree grows 18 to 20 feet tall with a 12- to 13-foot spread
- Good for dessert
- Common names: Pear “Chojuro,” Chojuro Pear, Pyrus “Chojuro,” Asian Pear, Chinese Sand Pear
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