Odd Apples

Odd Apples

Oak AppleBiorhiza pallida.  This is actually a gall cause by the wasp, Biorhiza pallida. The galls are formed after the wasp lays eggs inside the leaf buds and the plant tissues swell as the larvae of the gall wasp develop inside.2646a5dd669088c8a628cc51be56e2db

Quince Apples, Chaenomeles speciosa, commonly known as flowering quince, Chinese quince,  Japanese quince, or down my way Crab Apples.

The true Crab Apple, a Malus species.


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