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It is a type of apple that fell from the tree. It is my apple tree, but I am not sure of the type of apple. Thanks to anyone who may know.

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DaneCole 9 years ago

Size of the apples depends on the health of the tree, I think..

DaneCole 9 years ago

Here, I think this might be a honey crisp if there really good.>>

DaneCole 9 years ago

Soo jealous, I have choke cherries lol, also baby peach, walnut, chestnut, and plum trees.

Dawnloveszombie 9 years ago

I eat these. They are very good. I also have a peach and a pear tree. Oh and a cherry tree.

DaneCole 9 years ago

Id eat that, looks yummy. My apple tree always has green-red apples, maybe your is a type of yellow apple tree, I'll look in to it..

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Clinton, Indiana, USA

Spotted on Aug 17, 2012
Submitted on Jan 17, 2013

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