Originally Posted by Meat Burner
Don't know but it is not a fruit bearing tree. Just the name. Some of the brethren will prolly chime in with some advise.
It is a fruit bearing tree. The pear of a bradford pear is really small; smaller than a marble, yet some people make wine out of them.
Good to use? Definately. I use it all the time and mix with oak with excellant results. But Bradford Pear is real hard to cut once it dries.