In the spring of this year, a Kyrgyz winter pear planted, my question is: “What do the leaves of this variety look like? The one that I have there leaves is unlike pear leaves - they are delicate and thin. Thanks.
Kyrgyz winter refers to the Asian species of pears - pear-shaped pears. The leaves are oval, elongated, 80-100 mm long. The edge of the sheet is sharply bristly-serrate, with a sharp tip.
Maybe the leaves are tender, because the tree is young? I have ordinary pears. The leaves on the old shoots are dense, last year's leaves are thinner and lighter green.