1. lumipuna says

    Is that an American species? Looks very much like the Caucasus cherry plum (Prunus cerasifera), whose crossing with sloe (P. spinosa) gave rise to the European domestic plum.

  2. says

    As far as I know, it’s Prunus americana, and they are all over the place in nDakota. They are a common tree to plant for privacy rows, boundary markers, and wind breaks, although the more you get out into the rural areas, much larger trees are used for windbreaks.

    They grow wild all over the place, we have a number of them on property.

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