Bradford pear trees, like the ones at Triangle Park, are now banned as city street trees because of problems the species encounters later in life. Lexington Center Corp., which owns and operates the park, planned to replace them with willow oaks, but that choice is the subject of discussion.
Bradford pear trees, like the ones at Triangle Park, are now banned as city street trees because of problems the species encounters later in life. Lexington Center Corp., which owns and operates the park, planned to replace them with willow oaks, but that choice is the subject of discussion.
Bradford pear trees, like the ones at Triangle Park, are now banned as city street trees because of problems the species encounters later in life. Lexington Center Corp., which owns and operates the park, planned to replace them with willow oaks, but that choice is the subject of discussion.

Brouhaha erupts over Triangle Park's trees

November 09, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED November 09, 2010 03:52 AM

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