Backyard Blossom – The Miniature Plum Tree

This tree is loaded with pretty petite white blossoms. Each blossom turns into a miniature plum complete with mini pit and at the mature size of a blueberry they are the sweetest little plums I’ve ever had the pleasure of eating.

I’ll be regularly updating the Garden 2009 Set on Flickr with both photos from my current residence with my folks and that of my own house once I move in đŸ˜‰

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9 thoughts on “Backyard Blossom – The Miniature Plum Tree”

  1. Hi Jessica, I love seeing the pix. I thought you were living there already. My house is 100 years old so I love seeing yours and what you will do with it.

    Good for you on quitting smoking! You are a brave and wise girl.

    I looooooove your fishies so much! Well, ok, all of your stuff! :)

  2. more inspiration for you…love spring and the feeling of being surrounded by it…already really really hot here in Texas, spring is too short lived here even with the abundance of the wildflowers. sounds like I’m never satisfied…, just love it so much, the smells the pretty blooms and having green grass! Glad you’re able to take time to enjoy between scraping wallpaper! Kimberly

  3. Ooooh! Miniature plums sound like fun! We have teeny tiny strawberries scattered through our yard, but I am not brave enough to eat them, although I couldn’t say why.

  4. Sounds delicious!!

    anyway, just wanted to let you know that your blog is now the recipient of the “One Lovely Blog Award”.

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  5. congrats on your home…it looks so nice to go home too after being away.

  6. I’m so jealous of the work you’re doing. I wish I could still do that. I loved it, I loved every dirty bit of hard work and sweat that came from it. And when it’s done, such satisfaction!

    Keep it up, can’t wait to see it finished and decorated!


  7. Hi Linda – oh, it is hard work and yet very rewarding. I’m taking the day off from the house today and catching up on the computer work I’ve been neglecting…

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