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There are 2 fruit trees in a Corner of our property that are very Young. I have no idea what they are. I think the neighbors below us planted them as well as some other bushes that I will transplant somewhere else (lilac and a chinese maple). The two small trees had White flowers on them like an apple tree, but the fruit doesn't look like an apple to me.
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Looks like a Callery pear .
 
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