Native Bites—Indian Plum

This delicate native shrub is hard to miss right now in mid-March.  It’s a funny little chameleon.  Most of the year it’s standard green, blending in and camouflaging with other Northwest native plants.  But suddenly in March the small, trembling white flowers seem to be suspended on all the branches.  Soft and white they peek out of the brown, bare woods, the bright green leaves … Continue reading Native Bites—Indian Plum