What is a purple leaf plum tree?

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A purple leaf plum tree is a small deciduous tree known for its deep reddish purple leaves. Although they have a relatively short life span, they grown quickly. The pink and white blooms are among the first to be seen each spring.
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Purple leaf plum is a deciduous tree belonging to the prune, or Prunus, genus, along with cherries, peaches, apricots and almonds. Trees generally reach a mature height of 15 to 25
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its naked.
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It should definitely have leafed out by now. I do not think it will come back out if it hasn't yet. Purple Leaf Plum trees are notoriously short-lived. Your tree may have just checked
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That does look like a lovely big castor-oil plant, Ricinus communis. ; and this one is probably one of the named ornamental cultivars. For example, 'Carmencita Bright Red' has red
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How to Plant Purple Leaf Plum Trees
The purple leaf plum tree (Prunus cerasifera) is an ornamental variety that produces white and pink flowers in the early spring. It gets its name from the deep purple coloring of the leaves. Although tree's berries aren't edible by humans, they are... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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