- In cultivation
- In cultivation
Pyrus Pyrifolia Olympic, an Asian fruit to discover.
Originally from Korea, the Pyrus Pyrifolia Olympic or Olympic Nashi pear tree is a medium-sized fruit tree (2 to 3 m in adulthood) with pinkish-white flowers that produces fruits called "nashis". When the tree is mature, it can give 30 to 50 kg of fruit. Its round, dark green, waxy leaves that turn reddish orange in the fall are larger than those of the pear trees that we know.
In April, the Pyrus Pyrifolia Olympic is covered with small, very melliferous white-pink flowers. Then come fruits (nashis), they have the shape of an apple but the taste of a pear from where their name of apple-pear. Very large fruits that can weigh 500 g or more, their smooth skin is a beautiful golden brown at maturity. These pears are very crunchy and juicy, refreshing and have a good sweet taste. They are picked around mid-August. They keep for several months while keeping their flavor.
A rustic variety, the Olympic Nashi pear tree adapts to winter temperatures down to -25 ° C.
No need to treat it because it is not afraid of diseases or pests. For better yield, it requires cross-pollination with another pear tree.
The proposed plants are grafted low stem on a rootstock of Cydonia oblonga K.Adams.
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Thanks for the delivery and the packaging. The tree they sent me was very healthy with lots of leaves. I just had to plant it in another pot but that's normal.
Je vous recommande vivement de commander chez eux! Si vous voulez des arbres de bonne qualité et en bonne santé , il n'y pas mieux que chez eux.