Mexican Plum

Some articles on mexican plum, plum:

Prunus Mexicana
... Prunus mexicana, commonly known as the Mexican Plum, is a species of plum tree that is found in the Midwestern and Southeastern United States as well as Northern Mexico ... Mexican Plum is widely cultivated, such as on the west coast of the United States ... Typically found on woodland edges or in open fields, the Mexican Plum has dark green, simple ovate leaves, fragrant white to whitish pink flowers, and dark grey bark banded ...

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