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Shinko Pear Trees ripen mid August to mid September depending on your geographic location. This Pear tree requires 450 chill hours for fruit to produce properly (3.5 weeks with temperatures below 45 degrees F). The Shinko Pear requires pollination from another pear tree in order for production to occur. The Shinko Asian Pear Tree is a very sweet type of fruit that has a slight tart flavor, is round and has great quality, and is medium size, golden-yellow, and very delicious,.

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Growing well July 7, 2016
Reviewer: Eugene Hoch from Philadelphia , PA United States  
Leaves sprouting well

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Doing Well June 17, 2016
Reviewer: Donovan from Manalapan, NJ United States  
This is a very healthy and happy palnt

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Excellent March 2, 2016
Reviewer: William Palmer from Fort Washington, MD United States  
Superior no complaints

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Hope It Survives February 2, 2016
Reviewer: Ben Bruner from Milton, FL United States  
This plant was shipped with a plum tree. The roots on this tree looked exactly like the roots on the plum tree. It looked as if someone forcefully pulled the plant from it's original resting place, breaking off all the root system with the exception of two major mangled roots. I planted per instructions but survivability is doubtful.

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Bad bad May 14, 2015
Reviewer: Si Nguyen from Springfield, VA United States  
Not as expected.  My order took a month to arrive.  I am truly not happy with that.

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