This species also has brown bark, its branches
straight, and not ending in spines. The downiness
noticed on the underside of the Bullace leaves
is here restricted to the ribs of the leaf.
The fruit attains a diameter of an inch or an
inch and a half.
Although found occasionally in hedgerows, this
species is not indigenous in any part of our islands.
Probably the only country in which it is really
indigenous is Western Asia; but its numerous cultivated
forms are widely distributed.