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One of the very first small trees to flower in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, the Indian plum is a very attractive springtime bloomer shat decorates the wet forests with tiny cascades of white in lovely contrast with the deep green of the forest trees.
- © 2014
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- Rosaceae (Roses and Kin), White Wildflowers