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Really torn on this one... looks to me like pear or cherry blossoms. The sawtooth edge of the thin, elliptical leaves should be a hint for someone, but I can’t figure it out. These are new growth shrubs/trees? That look like they may be a year or two old. Full sun area in mulchy/acidic soil. Nestled in between a giant wax myrtle a large pine tree, and oaks. Looks like it either volunteered from some droppings or blew in from the tornado 2 years ago. I do have a single, self pollinating plum tree in my back yard, but right now the leaves don’t look similar


West central ga

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Cusseta, Georgia, United States

Spotted on Mar 14, 2021
Submitted on Mar 15, 2021

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