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In Bloom

Plant of the Month: February 7, 2105

Oemlaria cerasiformis

Plant Name: Oemlaria cerasiformis

Plant Location: On main pathway down to the lower garden.

Plant Notes: The sign of spring in the Northwest, Indian plum (Oemlaria cerasiformis) is a common shrub in the understory of established forests in Washington. Indian plum is dioecious, which means there are both male and female plants. Only the female plants get the plums in the late spring. Our hillside has many that form a tunnel of green in the spring and summer.