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These trees are in front of our home.
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joyfulli

I'm wondering if these are the same as the wild trees up here variously called Shadbush, shadwood, shadblow, serviceberry, sarvisberry, sarvis, wild pear, juneberry, saskatoon, sugarplum, wild-plum, and chuckley pear?

canoekaw

@schutkleur They are not edible pears for people but the squirrels and birds love them. I can look out across fields and see where the trees have self-seeded. They are taking over the habitat of our native trees crowding them out. I will remove the trees and plant native trees but I will enjoy them in the meantime. I see the trees in many of the yards in this neighborhood.

schutkleur

I love the trees canoakaw. Does bearing tiny little fruits mean they're ornamental trees, or just that they produce a small type of edible pear?
I think I've mentioned this before, but I really love your new home! :)

canoekaw

@elseisenvadvej @Atsutsa Yes Atsutsa they have tiny little fruits. However, they have become invasive in our state taking over some areas. Hi elseisenvadvej, Thank you we just moved into this home. Tak, vi er lige flyttet ind i dette hjem.

Atsutsa

Lovely, and do they bear fruit?

elseisenvadvej

I haqr et smukt hjem

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