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Maybe you could make some pictures of it and post them so we could have a better idea on what's wrong with it.
Silver surfer is right, it's the shoo fly, it's also called Apple of Peru, maybe you heard of it by this name.
Don't worry, it will be ok.
Re: Tree Identification:
Could it be a Mayan Drum Tree?
The yellow could be Draba aizoides. A close-up would help to better identify it.
If you hadn't cut them in half I would have guessed cherry tomatoes :) Can you take a picture of the branch and leaves where you found them?
Same thing happened to our garden syboly :( all our plants are trashed unfortunately. To answer your question, if you ever need to prune your...
Schuyler this is quite an interesting story. I have heard several similar stories about plant intelligence and I actually tend to believe them....
It looks a lot like a clementine (seedless tangerine).
Thank you for that link Ron B. It makes the identification process a lot easier.
It looks a lot like Rosa "The Fairy" or Sweetheart rose (Polyantha rose).
Appreciate the link, I just downloaded Citizen's Guide to Pesticide Use and the Law in BC.