Oldest Fruit Tree Planted In America [Pic+]

Submitted by: 5cats 4 years ago in Misc

Since 1629, that"s 383 years, this pear tree has borne fruit!
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Male 7,774

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Male 11,739
OK, now I have to go there and burn it down just so I can piss off the fruit bearing tree lovers.
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Male 40,343
@drawman61: That`s true! Europe has history that goes waaaaay back!

Considering this guy hauled that sapling all the way across the ocean? I`m impressed! It still bears fruit too!

A nifty, happy article I thought I`d share :-)
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Male 14,331
[quote]Ya call 1629 old? Ha, that`s one thing you can`t buy, America.[/quote]

No we reserve that for the queen of your sorry ass system one of the few things the Nazis didn`t burn down unfortunately.
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Male 14,331
Nice pear!
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Male 7,774
Ya call 1629 old? Ha, that`s one thing you can`t buy, America.
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Male 39,589

Article starts off wrong. The first European settlement was not Plymouth rock and those damn pilgrims. It was Jamestown in 1607.

But the pear tree is nice.
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Male 40,343
Link: Oldest Fruit Tree Planted In America [Pic+] [Rate Link] - Since 1629, that`s 383 years, this pear tree has borne fruit!
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