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Can anyone Identify this tree
We purchased it many years ago from a nursery as a fruit tree
Most people tell me it isn't a fruit tree.
The small fruit like buds come out every
year then seem to disapear
They don't seem to change colour or size
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Unknown Tree
Greta NSW
7th January 2011 4:26pm
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
It is an ornamental pear.
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7th January 2011 4:32pm
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Michael says...
I think it's called manchurian pear ?
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Wakeley
7th January 2011 9:37pm
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allybanana says...
My friends got one of them from the nursury labled appricot, they planted it and it didnt grow appricot. I ended up grafting yellow and brown nashi onto it and they are growing like crazy, pears are very easy to graft in early spring. Medlar quince and loquat should also graft on okay.
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Eden SE NSW
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Unknown Tree says...
Thanks for the help
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Unknown Tree says...
Thanks for the help
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Unknown Tree says...
I will look into grafting thank you
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