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Osoberry. Oh So Interesting!

And oh so many ways to use it!

In the Lower Mainland of SW British Columbia, Osoberry, which I always knew as Indian Plum, has just started flowering.

When I took a picture and uploaded it into , it came back with the name Osoberry. It wasn’t until I read the description that I found it was another name for Indian Plum.

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