Thursday, June 09, 2011

PLUMS X 2




Here's an example of the funny oval shaped "plum" and the
large unripened green plums that can be found on my tree.
There are multiples of green fruit and just a single pinkish
plum per stem.
TO BE CONTINUED.....
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9 comments:

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Dave said...

Is the pink one an out-of-season plum Sue?

Ginny said...

These are so different looking! I never would have known they are plums!

Sandra said...

i love plums, have not seen these before, but i am sure i would like thme

Stacey Dawn said...

How interesting... I wonder if they taste the same??

Wanda said...

That is the strangest plum tree I've ever seen. My Dad had a plum tree when I was growing up that was called "Ox's Heart" It was shaped like a heart, and the meat was blood red. Really sweet too.

Wanda said...

I just googled and found out they are actually called Elephant Heart plums. Gray on the outside. You triggered a memeory I hadn't thought about in years...now I'm in the mood for a plum!

Chad Oneil Myers said...

Thanks for the visit and comment, Sue. I'm glad you've been shooting and sharing all this time. Never stop.

LC said...

strange!looking forward to next installment!