Plumcot (1903)

Anne Gilbert avgilbert at PRODIGY.NET
Mon Sep 1 04:16:38 UTC 2003


> We had one of those trees, when we had a house -- those are also called
> Italian plums . . . and it is too bad they aren't stocked somewhere.  They
> were a special part of autumn, from October on.  Not to mention the number
> of raccoons and squirrels who thought they were pretty good too.

So raccoons and squirrels like plums, huh?  Sounds familiar, only the ones
I'm familiar with seem to go for cherries in sesason(probably bnecause
nobody around here seems to grow plum trees in their back yard).  Robins
like them, too.  Cherries, I meaan.
Anne G

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