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Grange Gardens Fruit Tree ID

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On Mon 20 Jan at 10:41am SHS wrote:
On the west side, visible from the street by the school entrance,between the stream and the main building.
Is it a crab? If so which variety? The fruit seems very large for a crab apple. A magnificent sight every year, surprised it's not been cut down. Thanks to anyone that can identify this.
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On Thu 30 Jan at 8:52am Sam Spam wrote:
there's certainly a quince tree in there as we used to pick them long ago, they look like gnarled green apples and mke nice jelly (with goats cheese)
 
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On Wed 5 Feb at 1:48pm Mr Grumpy wrote:
This tree is not a crab apple, it is probably a roostock - possibly
M25 - that has survived when the grafted variety failed. The apples are edible and would make a good juice.


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