All we need to know about the pear tree
The flowering pear belongs to the family of Roses and has about 4 species. Common or European pears are of communis species and are elongated and have heavy seeds. The tree is 2 to 5 meters high and has thick skin with long cracks on its trunk and branches. Its leaves are thin with long petiole. The petals are white to light pink and the fruit is spherical. The pear is of various kinds and is native to Eastern Europe and West Asia. Keeping pears is not that difficult, which is why many home farmers tend to plant and maintain them. The pear also grows with little care and is similar to the apple tree. The pear flowers grow at the same time as its leaves and its fruit is sweetly juicy. Pears contain vitamins E, C and calcium and they are used to eliminate body toxins. The tree is 2 to 5 meters high and has thick skin with long cracks on its trunk and branches. Most European pear cultivars have branches without thorns, but some thorns have small thorns on the branch. The leaves are 2–3 cm long and the leaves can be flat or serrated. Pear tree species There are varieties of pear species as well as varieties and types of two veins that differ in tree size, crown shape, fruit shape and color and fruit ripening time. P.communis, commonly known as the European pear, is the most common species in the plant.
Pyrifolia is known as the Asian (Chinese) pear, which has a somewhat round apple-like fruit and is therefore sometimes referred to as the apple pear.
P. serotina is known as the Eastern pear.
P.ussuriensis, a native of Siberia, is known as the Siberian pear, which produces tasteless fruits and is mainly used for the transplantation of pears as a base.
Important Iranian varieties include Derricky Pear, Spadana Pear, Wild Pear, Natanz Pear, Shah Fruit Pear and Beirut Pear.