Plum is the fruit of Prunus. The difference between this subgenus and other subgenera (peaches, cherries, bird cherries, etc.) lies in: branches with terminal buds and single lateral buds (not clustered), one to five flowers on the short stem together, and the fruit has grooves extending downward on one side and smooth stones (or pits).
Ripe plum fruits may have a dusty white wax coating that gives them an icy white appearance. This is a kind of skin wax coating, known as "wax flower". Dried plum fruit is called dried plum or dried plum, although in American English, plum is a unique type of plum, and may be earlier than the fruit now commonly known as plum.
Plum is a variety of species. Commercially important plum trees are medium-sized and are usually trimmed to a height of 5 – 6 meters. This tree is medium hard. If not pruned, trees can reach a height of 12 meters and spread over 10 meters. They bloom in different months around the world. For example, about January in Taiwan and early April in the UK.
Fruit is usually medium-sized, between 1 and 3 inches in diameter, spherical to ovate. The meat is thick and juicy. The peel of fruit is smooth and has a natural waxy surface that sticks to the pulp. A plum is a drupe, which means that its flesh surrounds a hard seed.
In this gallery, you can download free pictures: Plum pictures
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