I wouldn’t give up hope. I found this post from last year:
In it, I mention that I saw my first fruit set a “a few days ago” (as of July 14th). Then, my So were ripe on September 10th, so that was only about 2 month.
I also grafted Honey jar on May 24th, with it first take on June 9th. I ended up harvesting 6 fruit from it, also in mid September. I bet it was at least a a month from first active bud, to fruitset (I see a post from 7/19 which mentions that they are flowering). If so, that puts it around 2 months (or a bit less) as well.
So, I bet that you’ll get some Honey Jar. I have no idea about Shanxi Li, though I see a couple fruit on a graft from last year which I’ll keep an eye on.
@jujubemulberry, could the difference be due to the plentiful water in our climate? I’m speculating, but maybe it speeds things up a lot when the trees don’t need to put fruit development on hold to conserve water.