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  Flowering Pear tree, good small flowering tree
Flowering Pear tree

Flowering Pear Trees

Flowering pears are a good choice for the gardener in the desert Southwest.

They have a nice uniform shape and heights vary between varieties, the "Bradford" can grow 30 to 50 feet, where the "Pendula" only grows 10 to 15 feet high.

The flowering pear tree is most well known for the show it puts on in the early spring. Masses of showy white flowers adorn the tree, but only for a short period of time.

Full sun and moderate water requirements.

The flowering pear tree is an excellent tree for the desert Southwest garden!

 
 
     

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