See how to plant, grow, and harvest pears in your own backyard. Two cultivars are generally needed for successful pollination and fruit set. There are many different types of pears; some are best eaten raw and some are best for cooking. You can also grow pears in containers—and plant at any time of the year.
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Fire blight has been the biggest disease factor in growing pears in Texas, so typically they are not commercially grown here, and are left for homeowners. Oriental varieties are more adaptable to the South instead of European pears. Those are commonly grown on the North and West Coasts. Many oriental varieties are very resistant to the Fire Blight disease and can be found in many old home sites throughout the South, including San Antonio. Oriental pears can be grown in a wide range of soils. They can grow on heavy clay- caliche soils or sandy soils south of San Antonio. Few crops are better adapted to our climate than the oriental pear hybrids.
Add To My Wish List. An attractive tree with a vigorous spreading habit; produces good quality, firm, juicy fruit with golden russeted skin in late summer, covered in white flowers in spring, orange-red fall color. Hosui Asian Pear is a small tree that is commonly grown for its edible qualities. It produces large gold round pears which are botanically known as 'pomes' with orange overtones and white flesh which are usually ready for picking in late summer. The pears have a sweet taste and a crisp texture.
Asian pear, sand pear and nashi are all common names for Pyrus pyrifolia, a deciduous species of tree cultivated for its springtime flower display and round, edible fruit. Although cutting propagation is most common, Asian pear trees also grow from seeds if the seeds are cold-stratified before sowing to break their dormancy. Once germinated, the seedlings must be grown under cool, somewhat shady conditions for the first year to ensure they produce a viable root system before being planted outdoors. Asian pears grow well within Sunset's Climate Zones 2 to 9, 14 to 21 and 32 to Fill 3-inch plastic pots with a mixture of one part fine sand and four parts seed-starting compost, which differs from standard compost since it is sterile and low in nutrients.