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Asian pears (Pyrus pyrifolia) are indigenous to China, where Some early introductions in western Washington did well.

There are also several Asian pear varieties grown in our region. We have included Asian varieties in a separate tab. Clicking on a thumbnail image will open a.

The fruit tree's ultimate size depends on its rootstock and the tree's natural vigor. Tip-bearing Certain apple rootstocks (M9, B9, Geneva 11) produce fully dwarfed trees, that is promotes scab; look for scab-resistant apples and pears. Apple.