Definition of Native pear
1. Noun. Tree bearing pear-shaped fruit with a thick woody epicarp.
Group relationships: Genus Xylomelum, Xylomelum
Generic synonyms: Bush, Shrub
Lexicographical Neighbors of Native Pear
Literary usage of Native pear
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1910)
"It demonstrated pretty definitely that the common native pear of southern Texas can be profitably grown as a farm crop in that section. ..."
2. Agriculture: Its Fundamental Principles by Andrew MacNairn Soule, Edna Henry Lee Turpin (1907)
"The European varieties, derived from the native pear of Europe, are the better flavored; the Oriental ones, derived from the native pear of China and Japan, ..."
3. The Farmer's Dictionary: A Vocabulary of the Technical Terms Recently by Daniel Pereira Gardner (1854)
"A native pear from Cumberland, Rhode Island The tree bears young, and is very fruitful ; size above medium ; form oblong ; skin yellow, with a brownish ..."
4. The New American Orchardist: Or An Account of the Most Valuable Varieties of by William Kenrick (1845)
"CROFT CASTLE, [E.] This native pear is stated by Mr. Smith, ... SHS, Esq. [AI This native pear originated about forty years ago, on the grounds of Col. ..."
5. The Foundations of Japan: Notes Made During Journeys of 6,000 Miles in the by John William Robertson Scott (1922)
"The branches of the extensively grown native pear are everywhere tied to an ... The native pear looks rather like an enormous russet apple but it is as hard ..."