Shipova pears are described as “semi-solid, buttery and sweet” with a “delicate rose-like aroma.” But be patient; their trees take 7 to 15 years to produce their first harvest.
Shipova pears are described as “semi-solid, buttery and sweet” with a “delicate rose-like aroma.” But be patient; their trees take 7 to 15 years to produce their first harvest. USDA
Shipova pears are described as “semi-solid, buttery and sweet” with a “delicate rose-like aroma.” But be patient; their trees take 7 to 15 years to produce their first harvest. USDA

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