Here’s a tricky one for you. Can anybody identify this cultivar? It comes from an acquaintance’s backyard, and was already old when she bought the property 10-20 years ago. It was clearly planted intentionally, and the fruit comes out with a curved, jellybean shape, which is different from the ones I collect wild (Pennsylvania) around here, so I don’t think it’s just a seedling. It’s too old to be from Peterson.
I know this is a stretch, but if anybody would have any leads, it’s you guys.