Often grown in areas with altitudes of 600m and above. Plants grow strong and yield high, good cold tolerance. Flowering in the spring, the time to bear fruit should be delayed for late harvest, usually in October. The fruit is green, oval-shaped or ovoid, partly pale pink, smooth, short-stemmed, large. . On average, each weighs 300 – 400g, can reach 700g, sizes 11 – 159 – 9.5cm. White flesh, succulent, sweet, small core, edible portion up to 90%.
Healthy trees have many fruits, maybe up to 1,000 – 5,000 fruits, ie 2.5 – 7.6 quintals / tree. Can be grown in wider areas than green pears. Flowering in mid-March to early April, harvest the fruit in August. The fruit is round, round, ovoid, brown, dotted, with a rough surface, each weighs an average of 200 – 300g, size 7 – 8.58 – 8.5cm. Dried fruits, less water, big core, edible portion of 85-90%. Delicious taste. When it’s green, the taste is acrid. When ripe as much fragrant and sweet.
The tree has sparse canopy frame divided into strata, light green leaves. Flowering 2 crops: February – March and June – July, so there are 2 crops: May – June and 9 – 10 Small fruits, each fruit only reaches 150 – 170g, sizes 7 – 95 – 7cm, long stalks, diamond-shaped, medium fleshy, succulent, 92% edible, sweet.
Although pear varieties in us have so many names, but in fact, we can be divided into 2 groups as follows