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Pyrus pyrifolia is a species of pear tree native to East Asia. The tree's edible fruit is known by many names, including: Asian pear, Chinese pear, Korean pear, Japanese pear, Taiwanese pear, zodiac pear, and sand pear. Along with cultivars of P. × bretschneideri and P. ussuriensis, the fruit is also called the nashi pear.

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The Nashi pear, or Asian pear, is a round fruit the shape and size of an apple. That’s why the Nashi pear is sometimes also known as an apple pear. The Nashi pear is white on the inside and has a small core.

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Nashi Pear - Hosui A very large, juicy, sweet, low acid, bronze-skinned pear that is one of the most popular varieties. Hosui is partially self-pollinating however will benefit from cross pollination with Kosui.

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Nashi pears, sometimes called Asian pears or simply "nashi," have been a part of many Asian cuisines for centuries. They have a crisp but juicy texture similar to apples, and they can be enjoyed on their own or used to make desserts or salads.

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‘Nashi’ is the Japanese word for ‘pear’. Throw some nashi into your smoothie or juice for a fresh twist. Buy fresh nashi between March and November. Because of their distinctive round shape, nashi are often mistaken for a cross between an apple and a pear, but they’re actually a type of Asian pear. Image credit: Al Richardson

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Nashi pears come from eastern Asia, China, Japan and Korea. They are very juicy and resemble apples in shape. Don looked at the best varieties for the home garden, while Geoff Jansz used Nashis to prepare an appetiser and a dessert.

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Other Names— Asian pear, Chinese pear, Korean pear, Japanese pear, Japanese Apple Pear, Taiwanese pear, apple pear, nashpati and sand pear. Nashi tree can be propagated from seeds, cutting and grafting. It’s best to buy a potted plant from nursery to get the fruits faster and stronger tree. Dig ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asian_pear

Fruit commonly known as the Asian pear in different parts of the world include: . Pyrus pyrifolia, called Chinese pear or Nashi pear, usually round, with brown or yellow skin; Pyrus × bretschneideri, called Ya pear or Chinese white pear, usually slightly elongated (shaped like a European pear), with yellow skin.

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Asian pears contribute to this balance by being sodium free and providing 7.1 percent of your daily potassium. Sodium and potassium have opposite and complementary effects, and the high potassium content in Asian pears can help to counteract the high sodium content in other foods. ... What Are the Health Benefits of Nashi Pear? What Are the ...

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ASIAN PEAR TREES (in approximate order of ripening) ICHIBAN NASHI Medium size, lightly golden russet skin, light yellow flesh is tender, crisp, juicy and sweet. Moderately vigorous, productive, spur bearing tree. One of the earliest to ripen-about mid August in western Washington.