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Indian Plum

The Northwest is a paradise for lovers of wild fruit. You can take a walk in the woods in early August and feast on an abundance of delicious berries. Native Americans know these plants well. Salal, Huckleberry, Thimbleberry, and Elderberry were an important part of their diet and their enjoyment of life. Attractive ornamentals as well as fruiting plants, our Northwest natives can enhance the beauty of your garden and yard while providing you a harvest of delicious and nutritious fruit. Typically pest and disease free, they also provide food for birds and other wildlife. Wintergreen, an east coast native and a close relative of Salal, is included in this category.

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Indian Plum

Indian Plum

One of the first plants to bloom in the spring, Indian Plum produces racemes of attractive, almond scented, white flowers, which are followed by clusters of small, sweet, raisin-size fruit. A popular fruit among several Native American tribes, Indian Plum was eaten fresh, cooked, and dried. Indian Plum is also a good plant for birds and grows to be a shrub or small tree, 8 to 12 ft. in height. Our Indian Plums are grown from seed and may be either male or female plants.
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