Pear trees are deciduous trees, which have their distribution range in North-Africa, Europe and West-Asia over Persia and the Himalayas as far as Japan.
Pear wood is hard, heavy and tough. It does not crack and is very dimensionally stable. The stability is related to the wood's so-called stone cells. They make it very dense and fine. The pear hardly has any visible annual rings in contrast to other tree varieties.
Pear trees are summer-green trees, which are found in North Africa, Europe and West Asia over Persia and the Himalaya up to Japan.
Pear wood is hard, heavy and robust. It is resistant to cracking and is very stable in shape and structure. The stability depends on so-called stone cells found in the wood, which make it very dense and fine. The pear hardly has any visible annual rings, unlike other trees.