Indian plum (Oemleria cerasiformis)

Rose family (Rosaceae) | Deciduous Trees and Shrubs plant group | Also known as Osoberry
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Shrub or small tree with broadly lance-shaped not toothed leaves. Flowers greenish-white with five petals, male and female on separate plants.

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Shrub or small tree with broadly lance-shaped not toothed leaves. Flowers greenish-white with five petals, male and female on separate plants.
Did You Know?
According to USDA PLANTS, Indian plum was named after the German-American pharmacist Augustus Gottlieb Oemler, a supposed descendant of Martin Luther's sister. Indian plum generally blooms in late winter to early spring.
Distribution in the US
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