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Quince, Flowering

GROW YOUR OWN “LEMON” JUICE! With Flowering Quince fruit you can make a delicious and fragrant syrup, high in Vitamin C and with a strong lemony flavor. Prized for their fruit and for their ornamental value, our unique Flowering Quince varieties are an attractive complement to your yard or garden. Very hardy shrubs growing 4-6 ft. in height or less, they are early blooming and offer the first taste of spring to our northern landscapes. Our Contorted variety adds the beauty of its twisted, gnarled branches to its striking white and pink blossoms. You can even bring branches of Flowering Quince indoors in winter and force them into bloom.

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Contorted Quince

Contorted

An especially attractive selection, Contorted is prized for its compact growth habit, its white and pink flowers, and its unusual, contorted branch structure. Contorted grows to only about 3 ft. in height and bears abundant crops of tasty fruit.
5420
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Tanechka™

Tanechka™

This Ukrainian beauty features striking, reddish orange flowers that bloom from early spring well into summer. Following the profuse blooms are abundant, medium size, yellowish green, fruit. Tanechka™ forms a broad spreading, small shrub growing 3-4 ft. in height.
5440
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$ 19.95
Toyo-Nishiki

Toyo-Nishiki

This unique Japanese variety is prized for its spectacular, profuse, red, white, and pink flowers. After this striking floral display, you can harvest the fruit and make delicious syrup and jam.
5460
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$ 19.95
Victory™

Victory™

Prized for both its beauty and its fruit. Victory's™ abundant, scarlet-red flowers bloom in early March and often continue throughout the summer and fall. The large and attractive yellow fruits make flavorful and delicious syrup and remain on the plant until late October.
5445
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$ 19.95
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