Common Name: Medlar
Mespilus germanica is often commented upon by visitors, especially in the fall when it sports spiky, apple-like fruit (pomes) which need to be bletted before they are edible. It can be found at the western edge of the Grass Bed south of Livingstone Lake.
Fruit photo by Midge Oke
Flower photo by Hughie Jones
Bletted fruit photo Rosser1954 / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)