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Saturday, December 8, 2012

The Bradford Pear tree and the leaves that I made the roses from ( see ) also bears fruit.  The pear is so so tiny, smaller than a small acorn.  It smells like a pear when broken open but is not edible.  However the birds love them and so do the squirrels.  All in all, a beautiful decorative tree for landscaping, blooms white in the spring, very vivid green in summer and the most wonderful oranges, red and rust in fall.

Bradford Pear Trees are very hearty and have a natural shaping.

Spring blossoms.


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Gloria said...

Love your photos Kerrie. Hope you are doing well. My wish for you is for you to enjoy your holidays and the new year to be. Life is great. Take care. By the way, you always take awesome pictures.

Shirley said...

Hi Kerrie, I like your pictures this evening. I hope all is well with you. I like seeing your creatures because ours went away when they built the houses all around us. I would love to live in the country. Have a wonderful rest of the weekend. Hugs and Prayers from Your Missouri Friend.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful photos, Kerrie, and such a lovely tree. Yes, God feeds the birds of the air, so how much more will he care for us.

Thank you for visiting me. May your Christmas be filled with joy, peace, love, and good health.

Marianne xo