Asian Pears are absolutely delightful fruits that are easy to grow on your own trees in your own Pacific Northwest gardens. Crunchy like an apple but delicately flavoured and juicy like a European Pear, Asian pears are wonderful for fresh eating. While they are expensive in a grocery store, the fruit is plentiful and easy to grow. They will produce more fruit when pollinated by another Asian Pear, but will deliver some fruit even individually. Not all products are in-stock at all times. Our website is NOT a real time inventory.
Eating Niagara: Niagara farmer makes Asian pears local fare
Pear Seeds - Asian Pear - Heirloom Untreated NON-GMO From Canada
This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Daniel Shim's eyes widened as he chewed a wedge of Asian pear offered to him by farmer Nelson Thwaites. It was the first time Shim, who's of Korean descent, had sunk his teeth into an Asian pear since he was a year-old boy growing up in Chatham, Ont. And it was pure nostalgia.
Planting a pear tree in Canada, even in the North, is made easy when you get the right variety. Many of our pear trees are cold hardy to zone 3a. It would be worth trying in zone 2 as well, meaning that they can grow in Saskatoon, Regina, Edmonton, Thunder Bay or Winnipeg without trouble! Therefore, if it doesn't get colder than that in your area, they will be fine in your backyard!
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