- Apr 9, 2015
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It feels and smells like a peach but is smaller and yellow and is in less like a tree and more like a bush. Any ideas? It might be obvious, I don't know.
We live in a tropical country where mangoes are common. Exotic fruits here are actually common when I was young. It just happened that imported fruits like your plum and peaches are now arriving here in their fresh form so those native fruits of yore have now become exotic. Worse, the people are now buying imported fruits and have seemed to have forgotten the native fruits.
I'm in Kent in the South East of England and I have something very similar I would like to identify but not sure how to post photos
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