Pyrus pyrifolia is a species of pear tree native to East Asia. The tree's edible fruit
is known by many names, including: Asian pear, Chinese pear, Korean pear, ...
Asian pears vary in color from golden yellow to russeted green and are often
times speckled with small brown spots. Additionally Asian pears can vary in
Sep 22, 2012 ... YourProduceGuy shows you how to tell when Asian Pears or Apple Pears are
ripe. These are tasty little fruits that are sweet and juicy.
Asian Pear is the generic name for over 25 different varieties of this "true pear."
Although the outside appearance of each Asian Pear may differ, all Asian Pears ...
Asian pears tend to be more expensive than regular pears and apples because
they are much more difficult to grow. The video on this page shows one of the ...
Feb 18, 2015 ... The bell-shaped European pear, Pyrus communis, and the round Asian pear,
Pyrus pyrifolia, are both true pears in the same plant genus.
Pears are a tasty fruit that mature in late summer and fall in most parts of the
country. While we all love 'Bartlett', 'Bosc', 'Clapp's Favorite', and many other ...
Sep 5, 2015 ... This sweet, crunchy, late-summer fruit is easy to grow – and better behaved than
the flighty Western pear, says Mark Diacono.
Apple Pears (also known as “Sand Pears”, “Nashi”, “Asian Pears”) have been
described as the “HOTTEST NEW ITEM SINCE THE KIWI”, and it's no wonder!
Asian pears are cousins to the pears that are typically seen in grocery stores, but
this fruit is similar to an apple and its many names reflect that characteristic.