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Bare Root Quince

The quince is a beautiful flowering tree with pale pink blossoms. The dark green leaves turn yellow in the fall. After the leaves have dropped, the gnarled, twisted branches remain as an attractive winter accent.

The trees need minimal pruning – enough to promote a desired form. Quince trees are susceptible to the bacterial disease fire blight so we recommend using low amounts of nitrogen fertilizer since lots of lush new growth will promote this disease.

The fruit is rather tart and very fragrant. It contains a high pectin content which makes it especially useful for jams and jellies. Quince is very compatible with apples. Adding quince to apple sauce will give it some extra zip!

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Quince

Golden Smyrna

Quince, Golden Smyrna NEW FOR 2018!

Very large, about twice the size of other varieties. Pear shaped fruit with yellowish-green skin and white flesh. Good for cooking and jellies. Ripens September to October. 100 hours. Self-fruitful. Available on Provence Quince.

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Quince, Orange

Large, round, smooth-skinned, bright yellow quince often exceed one pound. Flavorful, aromatic, tender, orange yellow flesh is excellent for cooking. Old variety, widely planted in the eastern U.S. Ripens September to October. Cold hardy. 100 hours. Self-fruitful. Available on Provence Quince.

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Quince, Pineapple

Heavy crops of large, golden yellow quince with white flesh and slightly tart pineapple flavor. Used in baking, jams and jellies. Profuse ornamental bloom with large white flowers tinged pink. Cold hardy, yet low chilling requirement. Ripens September to October. 100 hours. Self-fruitful. Available on Provence Quince.

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Quince, Smyrna

Attractive tree or multi-trunked shrub with dark green foliage and very showy bloom in late spring. Very large, elongated bright yellow fruit with mild, tender, fragrant, light yellow flesh; sweeter than pineapple quince. Use for jellies and preserves. Keeps well. Tolerates wet soil. Ripens September to October. 100 hours. Self-fruitful. Available on Provence Quince.

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