When any of you find one, could you add at least a sentence about why it was named after a tree (if they list that info.) Have fun! Here's a couple I found:
Pine Apple in Wilcox County of Alabama
(In the 1800s in Wilcox Country of Alabama, there was a pine tree and an apple tree at the Old Stagecoach Stop. It became known as the stop at the pine and the apple. Eventually they just started calling it Pine Apple.)
Plum is located on Highway 71 about 8 miles West of La Grange. Plum is a farming community and was named after a wild plum tree grove that grew in the area.