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Moonrise seeds

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Moonrise Pear Seeds

This strain of Asian pear originally comes from Mt. Wolchulsan in South Korea as well as other places where there are wild non hybridized oriental pears prior to cultivation and selection by people. This non-grafted strain produces small 1-2 inch, tart round fruit that can be made into juice, jam, or even cider. Recently, a study completed by CISRO, an Australian research organization, found that drinking the juice of the pear reduced hangover severity by 21 percent. This study followed a group of studies with similar findings. You won’t find these pears in the supermarket, so growing your own wild pear is the way to go. Like a crab-pear this species is extremely tart and astringent until the fruit breaks down after ripening. It is hard to imagine it is edible as it is much like the crabapple of the pear tree with little sweetness and lots of bitter sharp compounds. It is thought these compounds are also responsible for its health benefits.

A secondary use of this pear is to use it as a rootstock. The amazing drought resistance is off the charts. It originally comes from a mountain in South Korea that has many interesting plants growing in the crevices of it that are thought to be the precursors of todays modern fruit varieties. This is one of them.