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What plant/fruit is this????

Posted by thistlefur Arizona (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 6, 08 at 23:01

Since I was a kid I ate a fruit off trees growing all over here in AZ though I do not think they are native.

The fruit that I hate was a bit bigger than an old style silver dollar. Yellow thin skin with a small layer of fruit meat about 1/4in maybe less all around 3 large seeds that formed a ball. The seeds are as if it was an avacado pit cut into 3 even wedges.

I would bite the top off squeeze out the seeds and eat the fruit or push the meat out and discard the skin.

Any ideas what I have been eating, lol????

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RE: What plant/fruit is this????

You might get some help on the Name that Plant Forum or the Fruit and Orchards Forum.

RE: What plant/fruit is this????

Loquat or Japanese Plum

RE: What plant/fruit is this????

A loquat, sounds like to me.

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