How to Get Wild Bradford Pear Trees.?


1. Take a walk in the park or along urban streets. Bradford pear trees are abundantly planted along city streets and in parks and play grounds. Take a small pair of garden pruning shears or a sharp knife as well as a carry bag to hold the cuttings.
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