The cherry-trees belong to the rose family (Rosaceae) and are thus botanically related to the apple, rose, pear and strawberry.
They are closely allied to cinquefoil, and all belong to the rose family.
In the rose family is to be found much of the best work of Japan.
The pear belongs to the great order Rosaceae, the rose family.
Every stage of the transition from white to red is placed before us by the rose family.
The genus prunus belongs to the rose family and includes shrubs and trees with stone fruits.
Among these families of higher plants, over two hundred in number, is one known as the rose family.
This leaves the question of precedence between the vitreous and artistic porcelains of the rose family practically unaffected.
This porcelain of the rose family was the masterpiece of the Chinese.
A great part of the so-called artistic porcelain of the rose family will belong to the latter class.