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aksamija
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Post by aksamija » Mon Oct 15, 2012 2:35 pm

Can anyone tell me is this a kid of apple? or something, is it eatable? thanks
this It grovs on something like bush (not tree) and it is in Bosnia and Herzegovina...
Sorry for my bad english
Thanks for help
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aksamija
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Re: help

Post by aksamija » Mon Oct 15, 2012 2:36 pm

just to add another picture
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Re: help

Post by northernapplepip » Thu Oct 18, 2012 10:21 am

Judging by the size, internal and external appearance, skin and size, I’d say this is a fruit of chaenomeles japonica, or a hybrid between that and chaenomeles speciosa. Either way, don’t try to eat it raw, (not toxic, but you'll get stomach ache) but add it to apples, or make a fruit jelly out of it. It’s used in the same way as the quince, cydonia oblonga. Hope this helps!

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