Large, roundish pear, uniform in size and shape.
Thick, clear yellow skin with a dotted and marbled red blush. Firm, yellowish white flesh, becoming melting and tender; sweet and aromatic with a slightly musky flavor when left to sit at room temperature for a few weeks.
Favorite for slicing and drying because of its round shape.
Hardy, strong growing, vigorous, productive tree; early and abundant bearer.
Requires another pear for cross pollination and is a good pollinator.
Susceptible to fire blight.
Ripens from mid-September to early October depending on location.
Hardy to -45 F
Ussuriensis is a very cold hardy rootstock that is hardy to -50 F
We also have it available on the full-sized OHFx87 which is a semi-dwarf root stock.