The Q&A Archives: Name Of Tree Called "lollipop Tree"

Question: We have trees in our backyard that our landscaper called a lollipop tree. It is very fast growing and its shape stays a consist lollipop shape as it grows.

Any ideas?

Thank you!


Answer: Sometimes the Bradford pear tree (Pyrus calleryana) is called the lollipop tree. Unlike most trees, it doesn't have a central leader, but its horizonal branching habit tends to make it look like a lollipop.

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