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Seedling ID

 
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Anyone know what type of seedling this is? I thought it was an apple and grafted a scion to it. It took off which is great! I later looked back on the pictures I took of the seedling leaves and now I’m not sure what I grafted to.
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Bramleys seedling graft
Bramleys seedling graft
 
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Resembles hibiscus or beauty berry. Not positive id though.
 
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