Here, surrounded by twelve hunters, the unicorn seems to be purifying a poisoned stream with his horn, a hypothesis supported by the presence of such plants as pot marigold under the hyena's chin, the medlar tree
to the left of the fountain, the blue-flowered sage in front of the fountain, and an orange tree in the lower right corner of the tapestry.
my baby daughter asleep under the medlar tree
, the first
The normally compact leathery crab apples that the medlar tree
produces were in the subsequent season so large that three of them sufficed for a bushel.
Italians count The House by the Medlar Tree
House by the Medlar Tree
, The Realist (verismo) novel of Sicilian life by Verga, Giovanni, published in 1881 as I Malavoglia.
The Malavoglias, 1881) A novel by Giovanni Verga, also known in translation as The House by the Medlar Tree