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'Marianna 2624', another cultivar of plum tree evaluated in this study, obtained different results from those found in 'Julior during the experiment.
Such wares include porcelain vessels decorated in underglaze cobalt-blue or underglaze iron-red with bamboo or plum trees, or a variety of wild flowers and plants, either individually or in clusters.
As far back as I can remember, the arrival of the first budding plum meant that a man with two different colored eyes, an immigrant whose name I couldn't pronounce, would come over and do my mother a favor by climbing a ladder and covering our plum trees with nets.
I followed the path around the pond to where the ume, Japanese plum trees, were in bloom.
Sveroopa[R] Yoga at Plum Tree Yoga: Classes taught by Ellen Sichel, RYT.
"In every other way," says Scorza, "C5 acts like a normal plum tree."
It currently boasts $130 million under management, and has investments in 27 companies including Supplybase, Plum Tree Software, Silicon Energy, All Bases Covered, and nCommand.
'I have had a plum tree in my garden for 13 years and have just looked after it very well and pruned it regularly,' he said.
I believe that Frank Shorter was right when he said: "What we do is shake the plum tree, choose three plums, and let the rest rot for four years."
Instead of Clara, a child actress named Lotta Crabtree in 1850s California takes the journey from home to encounter the Sugar Plum Faerie Queen and Cavalier beneath the boughs of an ancient plum tree, a reminder of the Asian influence on the settling of the West.
Blossoming plum tree coronal toast, cankered and burned.
Her later novels are Windswept (1941), The Plum Tree (1949), The Edge of Darkness (1957), Sailing the Seven Seas (1958), and Lovely Ambition (1960).