A species of plants of the genus Pear of the family Rosaceae, cultivated in Asia. It has
agricultural and decorative value in the countries of Central Asia and the Far East.
The height of the trunk of a wild Asian pear reaches 15 m. Cultivars, as a rule, do not exceed 6 m. The shape of the leaves is oval, oblong (up to 12 cm in length). Edges of leaves sharply serrate. The tips of the leaves are long-pointed. Pear blossoms have 5 white petals.
The diameter of the flowers is up to 5 cm. The diameter of the fruits is up to 3 cm. The shape of the fruits is round.
The color of the fruits depends on the cultivar (may be light brown or yellowish with light spots).
In the northern hemisphere, a tree blooms in April.