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Nick T starts with ...
The leaves, stem and fruit certainly look like those of a peach to me Sarah111! :)
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18th January 2014 9:17pm
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Julie says...
It could be a seedling peach if the fruit is small. Just saw one like it in a friend's garden - it was a volunteer.
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jakfruit etiquette says...
The fruit are quite unripe, will ripen later. Could be a peach rootstock? (peach X almond) If the peach graft dies, and rootstock grows,they look like an odd peach/almond tree.
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