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Cleveland Select Pear Info: Flowering Pear ‘Cleveland Select’ Care

By Liz Baessler

The Cleveland Select is a variety of flowering pear that is very popular for its showy spring blossoms, its bright autumn foliage, and its sturdy, neat shape. If you want a flowering pear, it's a good choice. Click here to learn more about growing Cleveland Select pears.

Redspire Pear Tree Care: Tips For Growing Redspire Pears

By Teo Spengler

Callery `Redspire' pears are fast-growing ornamentals with narrow crowns. They offer large, white blossoms in spring, pretty purple new leaves and flaming fall color. Click here for additional Redspire pear information as well as tips on Redspire pear tree care.

Chanticleer Pear Information: Learn About Growing Chanticleer Pears

By Teo Spengler

If you are looking for ornamental pear trees that overflow with showy flowers in spring, consider Chanticleer pear trees. They also delight with vibrant fall colors. For more Chanticleer pear information and tips on growing Chanticleer pears, this article will help.

Autumn Blaze Pear Trees – Tips On Caring For Autumn Blaze Pears

By Teo Spengler

Autumn Blaze pear trees may not produce edible fruits, but they are truly ornamental gems. They have a beautiful rounded, spreading habit and showy flowers in spring. For more Autumn Blaze information, including tips on how to care for it, click here.

Korean Sun Information : How To Grow A Korean Sun Pear Tree

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Korean Sun pear trees are small, almost dwarf specimens that fit easily into most landscaping schemes. Their adaptability makes them excellent selections for accents or light shade plants. Find out how to grow Korean Sun pear in this article.

Learn About Ornamental Vs. Fruiting Pear Trees

By Amy Grant

If you aren?t a fan of fruit or dislike the mess it can create, there are many showy non-fruiting tree specimens to choose from for your landscape. Amongst these, there are several cultivars of ornamental pear trees. Click this article for more information.

Flowering Bradford Pears – Growing A Bradford Pear Tree In Your Yard

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

Bradford pear tree information will likely indicate that they are rapid growing and ornamental. But there are some things you should know about growing a Bradford pear tree before you plant one. Find out more here.

How to Grow Prickly Pears

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The prickly pear, which is also referred to as the Indian fig, is a type of cactus that’s native to South America, Central America, and the southern parts of North America. Although they prefer desert climates, prickly pears will actually grow in a wide variety of soils, moisture levels, and temperatures. The pads and the fruit of the prickly pear are edible, but the cactus is also grown as an ornamental plant, because it has pretty flowers that range from orange to yellow to white. To grow a prickly pear, you can buy an established plant, germinate seeds from the fruit, or propagate a new plant from an existing one.

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