May 10, 2011

May 10th, 2011 by Michael

Along the north side of Memorial Hall are three Bradford Pears {Pyrus calleryana ‘Bradford’} that are coming into bloom with clusters of white flowers. This fast growing shade tree, perhaps the most commonly planted tree in the southeast U.S., has shiny green foliage throughout the summer and will turn multiple shades of purple, red and yellow in the fall, as long as we don’t have an early hard frost. These are also planted along Main St. in Plymouth.

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