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Hi there,

Can anyone identify this plant? Thanks.
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Looks like a medlar to me. Mespilus germanic a

Here is a photo from Wiki. Does that look the same to you?

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Mespilus germanica
 
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YES THAT'S IT! Thank you so much.
 
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You're welcome.  
 
Do you pee on your compost? Does this tiny ad?
dry stack step
https://permies.com/t/125100/dry-stack-step
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