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Jakfruit on the Far South Coast??

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LucyT starts with ...
Hi, I am hoping for identification of this plant. The tree is around 15m high and growing happily in a paddock 10 mins out of Bega. It looks like a Jakfruit I think! But so far south? And obviously the fruit is still immature. At this stage it’s the size of a large softball. Any ideas and info much appreciated.
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13th February 2019 12:30pm
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LucyT says...
Leaf of the same.
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LucyT
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13th February 2019 12:31pm
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LucyT says...
Fruit
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David01 says...
Hi LucyT,

It is a Breadfruit not Jackfruit. I am a bit surprise that Breadfruit can grow and fruits in Bega NSW. Cheers

https://www.daleysfruit.com.au/buy/breadfruit-tree.htm
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Original Post was last edited: 13th February 2019 5:29pm
denise1 says...
Osage orange, Maclura pomifera.
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echinopora says...
The tree is an Osage orange .
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David01 says...
Yes you are correct it's Osage orange not a Breadfruit. Cheers
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