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Identification of possible plum tree?

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Plantlady45 starts with ...
Not sure what type of tree this is but it is in the backyard of my new home. Tree seems to bear small oval shaped fruit that is green with a tinge of pink. I can't see any flowers, but I've attached photos of the fruit and trees. Any thoughts would be very helpful!
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Plantlady45
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7th August 2017 5:39am
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Markmelb says...
Too hard to tell unless you show ripe fruit and cut open too. USA has many more and different CVs than here - maybe send an email to a large home based nursery?
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7th August 2017 5:27pm
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Julie says...
I'm not much help, but it doesn't look at all like my plum tree - either the leaves or growth habit.
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