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I am beginning to think we should charge for this service:sneaky2:

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Strictly speaking, the purple-leaved variety of Myrobalan Plum is called Pissard's Plum Prunus cerasifera var Pissardi also known as Prunus cerasifera "Atropurpurea". The green-leaved Myrobalan seems to be less popular.

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1 hour ago, daltontrees said:

Strictly speaking, the purple-leaved variety of Myrobalan Plum is called Pissard's Plum Prunus cerasifera var Pissardi also known as Prunus cerasifera "Atropurpurea". The green-leaved Myrobalan seems to be less popular.

That's the problem with using common names.  I always stick to purple leaf plum to be honest as there are loads of cultivars for P. cerasifera and they all look pretty similar and the rules are not so strict with common names as they are with scientific.  Nice use of the italics by the way.   :thumbup1:

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On ‎04‎/‎05‎/‎2019 at 18:24, spudulike said:

I am beginning to think we should charge for this service:sneaky2:

I'm sure that one was on last week as well. 

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