Prunus domestica (Cultivated)


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Common name: Plum, Alu bukhara आलू बुख़ारा (Hindi), Heikha (Manipuri), Arukam (Malayalam), Alpagodapandu (Telugu)

Common name: Plum
Small tree with dull green ovate crenate-serrate leaves, up to 10 cm long; flowers; flowers whitish, 2-2.5 cm across; fruit 3-8 cm long, variously coloured, ovoid-oblong.
Photographed from slopes above Cheshmashahi in Srinagar, Kashmir
Beautiful.... This cultivar has pale mesocarp.

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Prunus domestica L. from Kashmir: Prunus domestica L.
Plum, Prune plum, Garden plum, Alubukhara
The commonly cultivated plum in Kashmir with greenish-yellow ripe fruits.
Nice Shot Sir I think it is unripened as color is not purple...Or its color remains as greenish yellow only even after ripening
Yes ... Please also read my answer in the Facebook. This one has fruits which ripe greenish-yellow, very sweet, and very important the flesh separates from stone very easily as we have in apricot.


Prunus domestica L.
Common name: Plum
Small tree with dull green ovate crenate-serrate leaves, up to 10 cm long; flowers; flowers whitish, 2-2.5 cm across; fruit 3-8 cm long, variously coloured, ovoid-oblong.
Photographed from slopes above Cheshmashahi in Srinagar, Kashmir 
 
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Prunus domestica L.
: 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)- 817 kb, 1 mb & 3 mb.
Location: Namobuddha, Kabhrepalanchowk, Nepal 
Date: 1 March 2013
Altitude: 1600 m.
Habit : Cultivated


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Prunus domestica AT/JAN2019/06 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)- 1 or 2 mb each. 
Prunus domestica
Plum
Solanm (H.P.)
March 2015


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Why this shape of your fruit image looks different from images at Prunus domestica

Fruit shape, size and colour varies with the cultivars. Many local and improved cultivars are available. In my case, these fruits are very young, hardly 15-20 days old. Later, they become nearly round in shape. This cultivar has purplish mesocarp.  

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Rosaceae week: latecomers: Mirabellen-gelb: from my neighbours garden, this is another neighbour, with many branches and fruits growing in my garden.
Fotos taken during the last few years at different times. 
yellow Mirabelle 
Familie: Rosengewï¿œchse (Rosaceae)
Unterfamilie: Spiraeoideae
Tribus: Steinobstgewï¿œchse (Amygdaleae)
Gattung: Prunus
Art: Pflaume (Prunus domestica)
Unterart: Mirabelle

Forgot to write that the rotten fruits are well visited by butterflies, especially the admiral 
 
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Rosaceae week: latecomers: Rote Mirabellen from Ritterhude: from my neighbours garden with many branches und fruits growing in my  garden. Indian vriends visited me last year, they said that the fruits taste like ALUBUKHAR.
Fotos taken during the last few years at different times. 
Red Mirabelle 
Familie: Rosengewï¿œchse (Rosaceae)
Unterfamilie: Spiraeoideae
Tribus: Steinobstgewï¿œchse (Amygdaleae)
Gattung: Prunus
Art: Pflaume (Prunus domestica)
Unterart: Mirabelle

I think it is plum- the Aloobukhara
Yes ...

 
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Prunus domestica?/ABFEB14 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)
Are these Prunus domestica blossoms? This tree was in front of a house across the road so I am not sure if it was cultivated. But I have seen these blossoms in the wild too. The other white blossoms we have is of the Pyrus pashia.
Please advise.
Plum (Prunus domestica)–Please confirm
Above Mcleodganj, HP
1800m
To me appears close to images at Prunus cerasus L. 
Sorry, this is Prunus domestica L. only.


 
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SYMBIOSIS : 1286 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
Attaching a collage of Red Vented Bulbul feeding on the fruits of Prunus domestica.


Prunus domestica L. : 5 posts by 1 author. 5 images- 5 to 7 mb each.
Location: Panipokhari, Kathmandu
Date: 13 March 2020
Elevation: 1350 m.
Habit : Cultivated 

 



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