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What trees are these?

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dexx starts with ...
Can anyone please help me identify these trees, thanks.
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3rd June 2019 8:16am
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denise1 says...
The first two may be Macaranga and the others are loquat.
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Julie says...
1. Chinese tallow tree?

6. Loquat

2. and 4. look Loquat related.

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Farouk says...
Yep - 3,4 & 5 are Loquat looking. Really tasty fruit, the gems of Winter (late winter/early spring eating).
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