Japanese Plum Tree- we had these growing in our yard in Florida. Love and miss these living in the Southwest. These were so good and juicy :)

Japanese Plum Tree- we had these growing in our yard in Florida. Love and miss these living in the Southwest. These were so good and juicy :)

Shunsō Hishida (Japan, 1874-1911) - Cat under Plum Tree [Hishida Shunsō was the pseudonym of the Japanese painter from the Meiji period, Hishida Miyoji]

Shunsō Hishida (Japan, 1874-1911) - Cat under Plum Tree [Hishida Shunsō was the pseudonym of the Japanese painter from the Meiji period, Hishida Miyoji]

Kosode with blooming Japanese plum trees and circular windows. Period / Date  Edo period (1603-1868) 18th century. Medium  Paste-resist dyeing (yuzen), embroidery and printed freckled pattern on light-purple silk crepe (chirimen).  Museum collection

Kosode with blooming Japanese plum trees and circular windows. Period / Date Edo period (1603-1868) 18th century. Medium Paste-resist dyeing (yuzen), embroidery and printed freckled pattern on light-purple silk crepe (chirimen). Museum collection

Prunus mume is an Asian tree species. Its common names include Chinese plum and Japanese apricot.

Prunus mume is an Asian tree species. Its common names include Chinese plum and Japanese apricot.

Katabira with fans and Japanese plum trees, 18th century | Tie dyeing (shibori), printed freckled patternwith emboss treatment (uchidasi-kanoko) and embroidery on indigo plain weave silk (habutae) ground

Katabira with fans and Japanese plum trees, 18th century | Tie dyeing (shibori), printed freckled patternwith emboss treatment (uchidasi-kanoko) and embroidery on indigo plain weave silk (habutae) ground

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