Mom’s two-fruited tree(s)

It’s probably two trunks that were twisted together a long time ago, but there are two kinds of fruit on this "tree."

Genus page at PhytoImages, http://phytoimages.siu.edu/cgi-bin/dol/dol_terminal.pl?taxon_name=Malus&rank=genus

1 year ago (“Barflies”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2016-08-26
2 years ago (“Pearl Crescent”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2015-08-26
3 years ago (“A dying laptop…”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2014-08-26
4 years ago (“Young male Eastern Pondhawk”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2013-08-26
5 years ago (“See yesterday’s title…”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2012-08-26
6 years ago (“Jenny & Steve”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2011-08-26

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Very cool. My wife's uncle used to graft trees and had a couple of different fruits from one tree!
posted September 27th, 2017  
I'm curious as to what two fruits they are!
posted September 27th, 2017  
Can see the red fruit, looks a lot
posted September 27th, 2017  
That's cool.
posted September 28th, 2017  
@janeandcharlie @joannakate Lots of small, red fruit in front. Larger, pale-green fruit on left (upper) and right (lower) sides … as well as on the ground!
posted September 28th, 2017  
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