- Flower namePyrus pyrifolia
- Scientific namePyrus pyrifolia var. pyrifolia
- AliasSand pear
- Place of originChina
- Place of floweringLow mountains
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Pyrus pyrifolia
Pyrus pyrifolia or Sand pear (scientific name: Pyrus pyrifolia var. pyrifolia) is a deciduous broad-leaved tree of the family Rosaceae, native to China. It is believed to have been introduced to Japan and then gone wild. It is native to Honshu, Shikoku, and Kyushu. It is a wild species that is the original species of Japanese pears and is not suitable for food, but from now on it will be produced, such as the Nijukseiki.
Common name: Pyrus pyrifolia or Sand pear, scientific name: Pyrus pyrifolia var. pyrifolia, pyrifolia, also known as Japanese pear (Yamanashi), Sand pear, taxonomy: plant kingdom dicotyledonous rosaceae, species of pears, height: 5 to 15 m, inflorescence: alternate, leaf length: 6 to 12 cm, leaf width: 6 to 12 cm 4-6 cm, Leaf shape: Oval, Leaf margin: Serrated, Inflorescence: Scattered inflorescence, Flowering season: April-May, Flower color: White, Flower diameter: 2.5-5 cm, Number of petals: 5, Number of stamens: 20, Anther color: Purple, Number of columns: 5, Fruit stage: September-October, Fruit type: Pear-shaped, Fruit shape: Spherical, Fruit diameter: 2-3 cm, Fruit edible: Hard and sour and inedible, Flesh color: White, Use The base wood, the bark is a dye.