We have a tree that forms part of a hedge in our garden. It is about 15 feet tall and bears yellowish cherry shaped and sized fruit. The older / larger branches have sharp thorns about 2" long. As far as I remember from last year the fruit stayed yellow.
Can any help?? Are the fruits likely to be edible?
Welcome to the forum Janine! I thought it might have been Robinia when you mentioned thorns but the fruit of that is called Black Locust as far as I can find out. I'm sure someone will be able to help you but, in the meantime, are you able to photograph the tree, leaves and fruit?
I'll try that again!
Unfortunately Seth...they seem to thrive everywhere.... and a bit like weeds...don't have a care for the surrounding 'plants' fighting for existence...
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There's a plum tree on waste ground near our house which gives small yellow/red plums but I can't remember whether it has any thorns on the branches or not.
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