Pyrus Nivalis, Commonly Known As Yellow Pear, Is A Species Of Tree In The Family Rosaceae That Grows Naturally From South-East Europe To Western Asia. Like Most Pears, Its Fruit Can Be Eaten Raw Or Cooked; It Has A Mild Sour Taste.
The plant is very colorful and may grow to a height of up to 10 meters and a width of about 8 meters. It is a very hardy plant that is able to withstand a small supply of water or very high or low temperatures. It may hybridize with other pears, producing, for example, Pyrus austriaca in a cross with Pyrus pyraster.