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Bradford Pear

Pyrus calleryana


This tree growing in rocky red clay soils in Cushing Mem. Park in Canton, Ga 30114.


This is Not a native tree, and is invasive, by birds dropping seeds. Fruit which is very small is only edible by birds in the fall reportedly. In pic #3 note rows of holes made by Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, (bird).

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1 Comment

Kris F
Kris F 6 years ago

I know I don't like them... Allergic to them and know they can spread wild seed.

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Georgia, USA

Lat: 34.20, Long: -84.56

Spotted on Jul 31, 2013
Submitted on Jul 31, 2013

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