Scientific name-Maclura Pomifera
The Osage-orange is a curious plant in mulberry family called Moraceae. It is also known as hedge-apple, horse-apple and the bow wood. The species is extremely dioeciously, with male and female flowers on the different plants. It is a small deciduous tree, usually growing to the 8-15 m tall.
How do they look like - It is a large green ball with wrinkles on it. It is around 6" in diameter that often retains on the tree after the leaves fall off. They have a unique, sticky, white juice within them.
Where are they found- The plant is native to an area in the central United States consisting of southwestern Arkansas, southeastern Oklahoma, but a narrow belt in eastern Texas, and in extreme northwest corner of Louisiana, but it's not found common anywhere else.