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So, I have a tree in my garden that looks to me like it *might* be a plum tree.
 
It has yellowy-green, not-quite-ripe fruit on it that look and smell like plums.
It has reddy-brown bark and pointed-oval leaves around two inches long, with serrated edges.

There are pictures under the cut.











So - is it a plum tree, green-fingered people on my f'list?  (or indeed damson)
If it is a plum tree, but maybe an ornamental one, does that mean the fruit will be not poisonous just not as nice (i.e. I can happily try them to find out...), or should I still avoid it?
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