With this Pear in a Bottle on you're shelf/desk/window/table you will get asked questions all the time about how it got in there.
It's up to you to come up with a story about how you put it in there, but here I will show you how to grow one inside a bottle for your very own.
Step 1: Gather your parts
for this project, you will need:
an empty bottle (clear glass is best)
string, twine, rope of some sorts
a pear tree
alcohol of choice (no wine or beer, and mostly clear types work best)
Step 2: Pick your Pears
Don't pick them, but find the branches that have the best pears on them. You have to wait until the pears are a certain size so you can be sure that they will grow.
Step 3: Clean leaves, add bottle
Once the pear(s) are of a good size, clean the leaves from around it, and pick off any other pears that are on the same branch. You really only want one pear inside the bottle, and we will be sticking the branch into the bottle until it hits the bottom. So any leaves, or pears, or other stuff on branch should be removed.
Make sure you support the bottle as best you can with the string, and tilt the opening down so that water won't pool up in it and make the pear rot.