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I need help identify this plant. It looks like it’s grapes growing on a tree. There are some purple “grapes” too.
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have you pulled one off and investigated? looks like plums, but the pics are a bit fuzzy
 
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Looks like plums to me too.  At least the individual hanging round fruits that appear to be an inch or more around surely look like plums.
 
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A very clear picture of the leaves would help us out a lot to for making an ID.  Thanks.
 
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Here’s some additional pics. The green pod is hard to the touch but I smashed it and this was the inside.
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Smashed with foot
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Leaves
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All I can say is that it's not a grape.  Looks like there's a dried up purple fruit hanging in the back of your second picture in your original post.  Does that dried up fruit have a big pit in it like a flat peach pit?  If so, that seems plummy to me...
 
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