The pear is a native of Europe and Asia, and, in its natural state, is quite as unfit for the table as the crab-apple.
Under the crab-apple tree she drew him down upon a bench beside her.
Shes been a regular Siberian crab-apple ever since I can remember, grumbled Jerry.
The Crabtree-worm can be taken by beating the branches of the crab-apple.
They are edible and sweet though not without a trace of bitterness, resembling the fruit of crab-apple trees.
But the prime-minister was as sour about it all as a crab-apple.
Aunt Affy pushed the door wider and entered, bringing a glass half filled with crab-apple jelly.
The other end is attached to a crab-apple tree that "casts a generous shade."
The ground there was covered with a mist of bluebells, and nearly a score of crab-apple trees were in full bloom.
Let them gang their ain gait, and in a few years you will have a crab-apple thicket.