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Identifying a Tree

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Identifying a tree, whether on your property or one you have seen on a walk, requires some research. Trees can be identified by their shape, leaf or needle structure, fall colors, fruit, bark, and other physical characteristics. Some suggestions are offered on this page.
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May 30, 2020

Can anyone please tell me what kind of fruit tree this is?

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Identifying a Fruit Tree - closeup of green fruit and leaves
 
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May 30, 20200 found this helpful
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Apricot! :-)

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June 2, 20200 found this helpful
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Thank you so much for the reply Pghgirl40. Hope these pics help. They are ripening quickly & so yummy! I live in California (via Chicago/Sicily). My boyfriend, originally for Half Moon Bay, says they are apricots ;)

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Thanks for all your help in advance.

 
 
 
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Hi and thanks for the additional photos. Yum!! The look like apricots! Not 100% positive, but they look like the Manchurian variety.

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If so, the are really good for drying. So yummy!! Enjoy!!!

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October 25, 2019

I have 6 little trees growing in my front lawn, even though we have not had rain in Raleigh NC in quite some time, they are still nice and green. I plan to offer local persons the opportunity to come and dig them up for free. Can any one tell me what these little trees are?Identifying Trees - little evergreen trees

 

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October 25, 20190 found this helpful
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The look like a pine tree and it seems they were started from seeds from another tree in the area. A lot of times trees like this will start to grow when a pine cone is dropped or a bird moves the seeds from one place to another.

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October 26, 20191 found this helpful
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Pinus Echinata- Shortleaf Pine- Has a variable form,sometimes straight,crooked,and irregular crown. This tree grows a average height 65-100 ft.

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Trunk size 1 ft. 8 in. to 2 ft. 11 in. Another name for this tree in the south is called Yellow Pine!

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