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Indian Plum


Growth:  Indian Plum grows 4.5-20 feet (1.5-7m)

Habitat: It grows in dry to moist open woods and streambanks.  Wetland designation: FACU, It usually occurs in non-wetlands, but occasionally is found on wetlands.

Bloom time:  February-April. 

Fruit ripens: May-July.

Use by Wildlife: Indian Plums are highly attractive to birds such as cedar waxwings and are also eaten by mammals.  Flowers are pollinated by hummingbirds, butterflies, native bees and other insects.

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