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Wednesday, May 1, 2013


In NW Washington spring is decorated with Wild Plum Trees - sometimes called Cherry Plum trees, because the fruit is so very small and only eaten by the birds.  But the trees are wonderfully beautiful in the spring - growing alongside the road - in the woods - in fields.

In the woods

On farms

Alongside the roads

The blossoms are beautiful

Almost like an apple blossom - but without the pink

They decorate our spring so nicely


Paula said...

We have alot of those same beautiful tree's here in NW Oregon. Always a sure sign of spring!

Debra at HOMESPUN: said...

I love spring and these photos are why : )

Jeanne said...

I am waiting patiently for the blossoms. This month will be beautiful if it doesn't get too hot.
Lovely pictures as always.

Julie Fukuda said...

I wonder what the Latin name is for that tree. It can't be a plum because plum and apricot flowers are attached directly to the twig. They look a bit like our mountain cherry.

Anonymous said...

Is it Prunus emarginata? Lovely photos!