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Please help identify fruit tree(s)

Discussion in 'Gardening Discussions' started by GardeningNewbie, Jul 27, 2018.

  1. GardeningNewbie

    GardeningNewbie Apprentice Gardener

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    Hi All,

    I just moved into a new house which had 2 established trees in - one showing small green fruit and one which isn't showing fruit, but i have been told its most likely a fruit tree. I have been searching everywhere online and just cant seem to identify them - can anyone help please? - See attached images. (the tree with the bird house is the one with no fruit showing atm)

    Thanks in advance for any advice!
    Chris
    Fruit.jpgLeaf no fruit.jpgLeaf.jpgTree no fruit.jpgTree.jpg
     
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  2. NigelJ

    NigelJ Total Gardener

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    The one with the fruit is a plum tree.
    The other looks like an apple.
     
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    • wiseowl

      wiseowl Friendly Owl Admin Staff Member

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      Hello @GardeningNewbie welcome to Gardeners Corner ,my friend I have rotated your images for you:smile:
       
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    • zilly

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      Welcome. Probably a plum tree but could be a greengage.
       

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