Callery Pear

Roebling Park Dendrology

Callery Pear

Hamilton Township, New Jersey 08690, United States

Created By: Unity College


Callery Pear (Pyrus calleryana) is a small sized tree. They are often planted as landscaping plants, and orginally grew in Asia. This tree was included, because it is an invasive species. This means that it does not naturally grow here, and is now disrupting the ecosystem. It is emerging in the area, meaning that it has just appeared in the park recently. These trees produce many small berry-like fruits.

This tree is quite small, and has grown wild along the trail on the Spring Lake side of the berm. It is located towards a corner of the lake, near a small foot bridge.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Roebling Park Dendrology


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