Mixed wood forest.
growing wild in narrow strip of riparian woods
in brilliant autumn red colour; growing along edge of road
grown from seed collected at Reveler Conservation area, these plants:
with Plum Pockets affliction.
Compare to same clump of plants with viable fruit a year earlier:
Prunus nigra, the Canada plum, Canadian plum or black plum, is a species of Prunus, native to eastern North America from Nova Scotia west to Minnesota and southeastern Manitoba, and south as far as Connecticut, Illinois, and Iowa. It formerly also grew in Ohio but is now thought to be extinct in that state. Isolated populations are present along streambanks in Saskatchewan and Alberta, along Lake Timiskaming in northern Ontario, and along the Maine-New Brunswick border,...