Indian Plum - bundle of 5 bareroot plants

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Indian Plum - bundle of 5 bareroot plants

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At a Glance: Deciduous shrub producing clusters of white flowers in very early spring. One of the earliest plants to bloom.

Height: 16.5 feet (5 meters).
Growth Form: Shrub.
Stems: Stems are red-brown with round, gray pores.
Leaves: Alternating arrangement, oblong to lanced shaped, not toothed, with prominent raised veins on underside; strong aroma when crushed; size: 5-12 cm (2-4.75 in) long, 2-4 cm across; color: pale-green.
Flowers: Male and female plants can be on same or separate plants (monoecious or dioecious). Flowers have 5 petals and 15 stamens in 3 distinct series. Flowers hang in 5-10 cm long cluster from leaf axils; primary color: white above and paler green and waxy beneath; size: 1 cm across; shape: bell-shaped.
Flowering Period: February, March, April.
Fruits: Fruits smell and look like plums and contain large pit; size: 1 cm long; color: creamy-orange turning bluish-black.

Plant form: bareroot, 24"-36"

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