|Origin||China, old renowned variety, probably P. ussuriensis & P. bretschneideri.|
|Tree||Very vigorous, upright, dense, susceptible to fireblight. Large oval leaf with attenuate tip, very fine neat serrations|
|Chilling requirement||Low, 365-480 hours|
|Blossom and pollination|
Very early, day or two after Ya Li. Ya Li, partly self fertile, Corella.
|Fruit shape||Ovate pyriform, variable, medium to large.|
|Skin and flesh||Light green to yellow green, may have ugly lenticel spotting. Good eating, with some stone cells, high sugar, medium acid, sweet with a trace of tartness.|
|Harvest||Late, a month after Nijisseiki, 176-189 days after full bloom.|
|Storage||Fairly long, up to six months at 0-1°C at least.|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.14 Nashi asian pear varieties.