While it might look and taste like an apple due to its red/orange skin and yellow blush, this variety developed in New Zealand is actually a Chinese pear! Harvest the crisp fruit in late summer. Scab resistance and semi-dwarf nature are just some of the reasons that make it easy to grow!
Asian pear cultivars are partially self-fruitful but better crops are set where two or more cultivars are planted together. European pears or Asian pears, such as Seckel, Bosc or Bartlett, can be used for pollination. Thrives in full sun. Feed yearly with an organic fertilizer. Prune in winter for damage and to promote good airflow for fruit.