What kind of fruit tree is this

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    Some sort of fruit tree?
     

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    Looks like Peaches to me....
     
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    They are extremely hard, any growing tips? Thank you by the way.
     
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    Fuzzygreenery The Noodle Hamster

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    Could be a mango tree.
     
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    Don't think peach or mango (though it does sort of look like), not in that zone surely?
     
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    Hard because they are young.
     
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    Does look like a peach tree.
     
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    Fuzzygreenery The Noodle Hamster

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    Maybe if you got a pic of the fruit itself it could show what it is?
     
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    If it has leaves like a peach tree,fruit like peaches,chances are, it is a peach tree .

    With young, not yet ready to pick yet, peaches,
     
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    Peaches are hardy right up to zone 5. Some varieties just don't get soft like grocery store peaches, but I would sooner agree with Plantdoctor, they just aren't ripe yet.
     
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    I thought it was too, the leaves are quite similar. But if you look at it more carefully it is not a mango tree, the fruits are too close to the main branch, and its leaves are not as hard and glossy as mangoes.
     
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