Cleveland Pear Question
I wish I had found this website before we planted our first tree in our new home. We decided to plant a Cleveland Pear because of the white blossoms, plus we read elsewhere that the tree requires little maintenance and is not susceptible to wind damage like the Bradfords. Of course what I have read on here is that they still split and they are stinky. Great.
Is it possible to plant a couple of different kinds of trees around my pear to kind of block the wind a bit? If so, what would be a good tree for this?