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Busy Bee starts with ...
Can anyone please ID this plant. It has borne this red fruit for the first time in 10 years. Normally it's just foliage which gets eaten by caterpillars!
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Busy Bee
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21st March 2016 3:32pm
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coastie says...
Maybe canary beech tree.
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Pademelon1 says...
Looks like Ochrosia elliptica, but not 100% sure.
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Busy Bee says...
Hi Coastie, thanks for your your input. However, I do believe it is Ochrosia Elliptica as suggested by Pademelon 1.
Many thanks.
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Busy Bee says...
Hi Pademelon 1, Many thanks for your input. I think you've cracked it. Having read up on it now and seen more pics, it definitely looks the part. Thanks again.
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