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What's that tree?

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Spmkoda starts with ...
Good morning. Just bought a property in Ningi, QLD that has already established fruit trees. Does anyone know what this one is?
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Stevie
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6th October 2017 11:52am
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SproutMeKate1 says...
hi Stevie,

my guess would be it's an apple tree - based on the wood, what I can see of leaves, and the way the embryo fruit is clustered. you'll know in another month or so as the fruit starts to develop and take shape.

Kate
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WITHCOTT,4352,QLD
7th October 2017 11:05pm
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Spmkoda says...
Thanks so much. Can't wait.
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8th October 2017 1:41pm
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allybanana says...
I would say European pear, possibly nashi could not check leaves properly for the toothed margins of nashi leaves, immature fruit looks like pear.
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14th October 2017 11:31am
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SproutMeKate1 says...
fascinating allybanana! I've never seen a pear tree, so can't pick those subtle differences in the early fruit shape.

Spmkoda - would you post some photo updates as the fruit matures and the tree leafs out? I'd love to see its progress.

Kate
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16th October 2017 11:51am
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Spmkoda says...
Will do Kate
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17th October 2017 10:07am
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Spmkoda says...
Fruit slowly forming. Took this photo this morning.
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19th October 2017 12:15pm
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SproutMeKate1 says...
super photo Stevie - thanks for posting it! now that I can see the leaves better, it certainly isn't an apple - but you'll still have fun working out what variety of pear it is ;-)

the fruit development is coming along very nicely too! looks like you've got a nice crop on the way.

Kate
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Peter91 says...
Was going to post earlier and say it looks more like a pear tree, do you have any others in the area to pollinate it? If not it's probably a Williams or Packhams, one of the self pollinating varieties.
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20th October 2017 3:38pm
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