Apples are "in the tree" or "on the tree"?
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If I hid some apples among the leaves of my lemon tree, they'd be in the tree. But I think you mean that it's an apple tree, and the apples are actually growing on the tree. In which case, they're on the tree.
protected by tchrist Jun 20 '14 at 16:22
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