|Origin||China, old variety, P. bretschneideri|
|Tree||Vigorous, spreading. Large wavy edged ovate leaves, medium even serrations, veins running closer to parallel than most pear leaves, with beautiful red autumn colour.|
|Chilling requirement||Low, 365-480 hours.|
|Blossom and pollination|
Very early, day or two before Tsu Li. Tsu Li, Chojuro if pollen stored, Corella.
|Fruit shape||Turbinate to globular- acute- pyriform, medium to large.|
|Skin and flesh||Light yellowish green, shiny, attractive. Good to excellent eating quality, medium sugar and acid, mildly sweet.|
|Harvest||Late, few days before Tsu Li, 175-190 days after full bloom.|
|Storage||What was thought to be sensitivity to 0-1° C temperatures may be due to late picking. In California, fruit harvested later than 180 days from full bloom developed browning of core and flesh similar to that found at Orange.|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.14 Nashi asian pear varieties.