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Listing 1 - 6 from 6 for prunus

Prunus americana, American plum
... . Common in Oklahoma. Habitat: moist woods, fencerows and roadsides. NWI status: UPL, FACU. Comments: Prunus is the classical name for European plums. The thicket-forming proclivity of plum species ... progress, and sending us several miles around". Field identification: American plum and Mexican plum (Prunus mexicana) can be easily confused. Key characters of American plum are that it flowers ...
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Prunus angustifolia, chickasaw plum
... Prunus angustifolia, chickasaw plum Prunus angustifolia Marsh. Family: Rosaceae Common names: Chickasaw plum, sand plum Shrub to 3 m (9 ... and west to Louisiana. Common. Habitat: sandy soil. Fencerows and thickets. NWI status: none Comments: Prunus is the classical name for European plums; angustifolia refers to the narrow leaves. Horticulture: Easily ...
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Prunus gracilis, Oklahoma plum
... Prunus gracilis, Oklahoma plum Prunus gracilis Engelm. & Gray Family: Rosaceae Common names: Oklahoma plum, hog plum Shrub to 1.5 ... , Arkansas and north Texas. Common. Habitat: sandy soil. Fencerows and thickets. NWI status: none Comments: Prunus is the classical name for European plums; gracilis refers to slender branches. Horticulture: Easily grown ...
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Prunus hortulana
... Prunus hortulana Prunus hortulana Bailey Family: Rosaceae Common names: wild plum, hortulan plum Small tree to 6 m ( ... been developed. As a result of cultivation, it has spread widely beyond its native range. Prunus is the old Latin name for the European plums; hortulana means "of gardens" and refers ...
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Prunus mexicana, Mexican plum
... Tennessee, south to northeastern Mexico. Common in Oklahoma. Habitat: fencerows and woodlands. Comments: Prunus is the classical name for European plums; mexicana refers to the southwestern distribution. Field identification: American plum (Prunus americana) and Mexican plum can be easily confused. Mexican plum flowers later and ...
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Current projects of the Oklahoma Biological Survey
... aquatica Platanus occidentalis Polygonella americana Poncirus trifoliata Populus deltoides Prosopis glandulosa Prunus americana Prunus angustifolia Prunus gracilis Prunus hortulana Prunus mexicana Prunus munsoniana Prunus rivularis Prunus serotina Prunus virginiana Ptelea trifoliata A B C D E F G H ...
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