wild plum

NOUN
  1. an uncultivated plum tree or shrub
  2. fruit of the wild plum of southern United States
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How To Use wild plum In A Sentence

  • If they are very lucky there may be some fruit, wild plums or a crab apple.
  • Will was loved for his vivid colors, the creation colors of the Edenlike islands, including the urinous mango-juice yellow, green from crushed hibiscus leaves, dusty purple from wild plum trees on Java, and a peculiar russet in his _Country Road_, _Kamuela_ was a pigment of red clay he had scraped from the very earth he had depicted. Beard
  • There was a lovely little wild plum tree in the backyard.
  • I discovered a bullace tree, a wild plum, absolutely loaded with fruit and resolved to pick some fruit and make some wine, all the while documenting the process with recordings.
  • It had been built beside woodland on the edge of the Hallowsmere Estate and was cloaked to the north and west by a canopy of oaks and beeches, sheltering a coppice of aspen, hawthorn and wild plum.
  • The farmer is now pleaching the hawthorn and wild plum.
  • The veld type is typical mountainous sweetveld with spekboom, wild plum, gwarri, wild olive, karee, grassland and riverine thorn thickets being the predominant vegetation types.
  • And by late September, despite Dan's very rudimentary knowledge of tree taxonomy, he could clearly distinguish elders, hazels and sloes not to mention mountain ash and wild plums.
  • Lush, perfumed and sweet on the nose, offering a range of wild plum and red and dark berry aromas complemented by vanilla, bitter chocolate, espresso, dried mushroom and baking spices.
  • The wild plums were in blossom, chasing the red buds up the inside slopes.
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