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Mexican Plum
Mexican Plum (Prunus mexicanus: Rosaceae) This native plum grows to 4.5-11.5 m (14.8-37.7 ft) tall. The fruits are used in making plum sauce, jelly and jam and of course the birds like them too.
Habitat
A crossroads of the Edwards Plateau and the Blackland Prairies Vegetational Areas. Urban area along Salado Creek with small patches of native vegetation at ca. 183 m (600 ft) elevation.
Location
Salado, Bell County, Texas, USA.
Date taken
July 2018
Scientific name
Prunus mexicanus
Equipment used
Canon
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I'll just bet the birds must love these and a lovely illustration of this plant life Stanley.
 
Opus Editor
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Mouth watering ... such a lovely fruit ...
Three fabulous images, Stanley ... awesome work ... tfs ...
 
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Mmmmm.... I love plum jam!!! These look a little different to our ones though, but it sounds like they're just as tasty.

How pretty they look too. A super picture that, making me feel hungry!
 

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Wild Flowers, Trees, Shrubs, Fungi
Added by
Stanley Jones
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