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Bradford Pears and Hugle

 
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Bradford Pear trees are always getting blown down in my neighborhood and I wanted to start a huglekultur bed, would these trees work, I know they are pretty much useless for anything else, but I like the idea of utilizing resources that are close. So what's the verdict?
 
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My opinion: Yes, hugelize it!

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