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Unknown Fruit Tree

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Lex starts with ...
We can identify almost all of the fruit trees in our orchard (many of them from Daleys) except one.
It was purchased, along with a lot of other trees when we were in Kyogle about 15 months ago - we can't help ourselves when we're there.
Can anyone tell me what it is? I'd like to encourage more growth but I'm not sure what it is and therefore what conditions it needs.
Cheers
Lex
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31st December 2010 9:40am
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Wayne says...
Could it be a Lychee, Lex
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31st December 2010 9:42am
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fruitist says...
Sapodilla
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John Mc says...
Can you tell if it's marcotted, grafted or seedling?
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trikus says...
a close up pic of leaves would help ..
just a blind bambi tree atm ... [no eye deer] no idea
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fruitist says...
99.9% sure it is a sapodilla by the look of the multi branching, colorisation of the young and dying leaves. Would like to see a close shot of the trunk.
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Michael says...
I have both the sapodilla and lychee. I am swaying more torwards the lychee by looking at the picture.
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