Callery Pear Cultivation
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- The Beginning of a New Invasive Plant: A History of the Ornamental
- became apparent. The Callery pear's hardiness eventually led to the use of the species as a common rootstock for a variety of cultivated Pyrus species.
- “Pyrus” The Pear Family
- 3.00-3.50” caliper, 11-12' tall tree.
- Pyrus calleryana 'Aristocrat' 'Aristocrat' Callery Pear
- Planting two or more cultivars of Callery Pear together could increase fruit set. GENERAL INFORMATION.
- “Stop the Spread!” of Callery Pear
- Invasive Callery pear hybrids can create a nuisance when growing under and around power lines. 2008 ASCA Annual Conference.
Suggested Web Resources
- Callery Pear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Cultivated Callery pears in flower. Autumn color of Callery pear cultivar 'Bradford'.
- Aristocrat Callery Pear - Pyrus calleryana 'Aristocrat'
- Callery, or Bradford pear is a medium-sized ornamental rapidly growing to about 45 feet tall and 20 feet wide.
- Callery Pear Cultivation | RM.com ®
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- Apr 12, 2011 Callery Pear: Perfect Street Tree or Walmart Indicator Species?
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