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Brendan Danley
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Hello from the Ozarks! I found several of these while gathering wild blackberries and needed some help with identification. Thanks!
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Dave Lodge
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American Plum maybe.
 
Brendan Danley
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I think you are right! I was a bit thrown off because the only other plum I had previously found on the property was a young little guy with one almost-ripe plum on it. I didn't know that the ripening period for Wild Plum's in Arkansas could be anywhere from June-October. I found out that there are five native plums here and they hybridize so it makes them difficult to identify. Thanks for the help Dave!
 
Jacob Danley
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yum plums
 
Jacob Danley
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now go find some pawpaws on the place next
 
ronald bush
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loads of paw paws here along the river. i tried them once but very bland. the indiana banana. lol
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