April 23, 2011
A look at the espaliered pear tree that has grown at the Cloisters since the 1940s. Who knew that this technique was a Renaissance development as opposed to a Medieval one?

A look at the espaliered pear tree that has grown at the Cloisters since the 1940s. Who knew that this technique was a Renaissance development as opposed to a Medieval one?

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