Some commercially grown trees exist that produce multiple types of fruit, by grafting branches from one type of fruit tree onto the base of a similar type of tree. A stone fruit tree can grow peaches, plums and nectarines, or an apple tree can produce Fuji, Macintosh or Jonathan apples, for instance.
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