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Fruit is 1 inch diameter. Public area, zone 7. Very showy. Bark as if exfoliating, in a beautiful way. Fruit partially falling.

It looks mature, at least 20 years old. 20-25 ft high.

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    Might be Crataegus pedicellata - need a better image of the foliage really. Its definitely not either of the plants commonly known as Mespillus – Bamboo Jul 27 '18 at 13:10
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Let's see if this might fit the bill...Crataegus douglasii, a Hawthorn. Crataegus douglasii

  • Agree Crataegus - not sure its douglasii though, that has black berries... Vote given for Crataegus ID though! – Bamboo Jul 27 '18 at 13:09
  • Hey, I am fine with that, Bamboo. Getting down to species and variety...ugh! You figure that one out. – stormy Jul 27 '18 at 21:38
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Thanks for the extra pics. I think it probably is Crataegus pedicellata https://futureforests.ie/products/crataegus-pedicellata but time will tell - its leaves turn red in autumn before they fall.

I'm not sure how healthy the tree is - the bark isn't exfoliating, it's falling off, which sometimes indicates a problem with the tree. If it's on your property, keep an eye on it, it may become unsafe over time.

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