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Old 15.08.2020, 18:32
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Re: Anyone identify this fruit/ berry?

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mirabelles indeed, just another type, more elongated, than the one Ace posted. Enjoy - great to bottle with brandy . To eat from the tree, for tarts, jam, crumbles and more.
They do vary in shape and size, even from the same tree. Sadly ours produced almost no fruit this year
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Old 15.08.2020, 19:13
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Hope this pic attaches.


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Mirabelle/plums.

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They do vary in shape and size, even from the same tree. Sadly ours produced almost no fruit this year
They vary, pretty much every other year, same as our peaches.

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Re: Anyone identify this fruit/ berry?

Renekloden (greengage, they exist in yellow as well).
Ahh, if you got those in the garden, where do you live, where do you live.

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