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Atago Asian Pear

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Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
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$59.99 - $59.99
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SKU B510

Pyrus pyrifolia 'Atago'

Unlike some Asian pears that like it hot, light tan Atago develops sweet, juicy flavor even in cooler summer weather.

A substantial crop of high quality, delicious fruit ripens late in the season. Atago has been a star in the Mt. Vernon trials. Shows fireblight resistance in some growing areas.

Hardy to USDA Zone: 5

Chill Hours Needed: Unverified/400-450 is average chill requirement for Asian pears

Mature Height:  15' (Semi Dwarf)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: Early Fall

Pollination: Needs a Pollinizer

Semi-Dwarf Rootstock: OHxF87

Read our Asian Pear Growing Guide

Size: Semi-Dwarf (4'-5')


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  • Would a Yoinashi be a pollinator for this Atago? Please advise as soon as possible because I just placed the order #81491.

    Yes they will cross pollinate just fine

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Jacob D.
Atago pear

Came as advertised. Planted waiting for it to grow.

Barbara A.
Shipped too early

expecting them until April 22 but you shipped month early March 11 we had low temp frost 34 degrees. So not happy. Had place in warm water in house wait till temp improved

David M.
Tennessee Grower - SCR

We've had our oldest tree now 4 years and it produced well this year for the 1st time. Unlike our other Asian pear this one seems to be slightly more columnar in shape. The fruit have a terrific taste, nicely sweet and firm, and the size is larger than any you'll find in stores; ours averaged 1.5 lbs. I'm glad I have three, two came a few years later. Thinning fruit would be wise, especially on younger trees and fruit that develops on branch tip. Imagine the density of a standard Asian pear but the size of a grapefruit.

Smaller tree than usual

Surprisingly small Atago pear tree with 1/4" calibre. Last year got a Mirabelle plum tree from Raintree that was strong and was 7/8" calibre. So there were inconsistencies on tree sizes and hit-and-misses ordering trees here.
On the good sides the pear tree was in good shape and with lively buds, and this is not an easy-to-find variety that should perform well in the western Washington per WSU extension publications. But I guess I will need another 2 to 3 years to find out.