When considering trees for your yard there is much more than meets the eye. Taking a little extra time to look at the various species of trees out there can really do so much for your local ecosystem.
First….let’s get the bad news out of the way:
Now than you know all of the problems the Bradford Pear can cause, let’s take a look at a fantastic alternative….the beautiful Redbud Tree.
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To learn more about great options to consider for your garden, please visit our NATIVE PLANTS PAGE. Again, check back often as we continue to add additional species to our page. If you have a particular question about something you do not see, please let us know.
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