Beach Plum

after they devoured the fruit, they burned the wood and wonder where the dunes have gone but only when the hurricanes come, now men pump sand onto the beach at great expense temporarily doing this little Plum’s job

This little tree’s ancestors once covered the dunes along the Atlantic coast of North America. The hungry sailors came then and now, they are rare, so rare I have seen far more Bald Eagles than Beach Plums here in NYC.

dune preservation specialist
Prunus maritima – Beach Plum

I got this one from Michigan. Modern life… reminds me of Godfrey Reggio and Philip Glass’s Koyaanisqatsi.

Author: herb guy

Just another Blacksmith who retired after way too long and got back to the garden in just the nick of time. My organic herb garden is my pride and joy. Ask me about Lyme disease. I spend most of my time nibbling my way through my garden while chatting up my chickens.

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