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Image of Chaenomeles x superba photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Flowering Quince)

Hybrid flowering quince is a spiny, medium-sized, deciduous shrub known for its large spring flowers that come in an array of colors. Many favor this ornamental quince because it combines the most desirable features of its parent species, common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering quince (C. japonica). Its pretty spring blooms come in an array of colors and broad, spreading form and spiny branches make it useful for hedges or screening.

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James Burghardt

(Cameo Flowering Quince, Hybrid Flowering Quince)

The compact 'Cameo' bears masses of double peachy pink flowers in spring and has nearly thornless branches, unlike other flowering quince. This deciduous shrub is most attractive when in bloom but does produce some marginally attractive yellow fruits in fall. Many favor hybrid flowering quince because it combines the most desirable features of its parent species, common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering quince (C. japonica). 'Cameo' is a short, densely...

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Mary S. Thomas

(Crimson and Gold Flowering Quince, Hybrid Flowering Quince)

The very compact and fast growing hybrid flowering quince, 'Crimson and Gold', offers loads of deepest crimson, bowl-shaped flowers with conspicuous golden yellow anthers inside. This deciduous shrub is most attractive when in bloom but does produce some marginally attractive yellow fruits in fall. Many favor hybrid flowering quince because it combines the most desirable features of its parent species, common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering quince (C. japonica)....

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Jesse Saylor

(Hybrid Flowering Quince)

The old-fashioned hybrid flowering quince, 'Crimson Beauty', was selected in 1935 at Milton Nursery in Oregon and bears masses of single and semi-double, crimson flowers in spring. Many favor hybrid flowering quince because it combines the most desirable features of its parent species, common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering quince (C. japonica).

Clusters of bowl-shaped flowers cover this quince in early spring both before and after the glossy...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Hybrid Flowering Quince, Jet Trail Flowering Quince)

This compact, spreading flowering quince bears masses of angelic white flowers in spring. Many favor hybrid flowering quince because it combines the most desirable features of its parent species, common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering quince (C. japonica). 'Jet Trail' is a low growing, densely branched selection ideal for foundation plantings and small garden spaces. It even looks good cascading down stone retaining walls.

Clusters of bowl-shaped...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Flowering Quince)

This old Japanese cultivar originated from the K. Wada, Hakoneya Nurseries, of Numazushi, Japan and was first brought to the United States in 1939 where it was grown at The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois. The name ‘Kinjishi’ translates to “golden lion” and refers to its glowing golden orange-red, fully double flowers. Many favor hybrid flowering quince because it combines the most desirable features of parent species, the common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Flowering Quince)

Admired for its large, open, tomato-red blooms, 'Stanford Red' is a 1940 introduction bred at Clarke Nursery of San Jose, California. Many favor hybrid flowering quince because it combines the most desirable features of its parent species, common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering quince (C. japonica).

Clusters of bowl-shaped flowers cover this quince in early spring both before and after the glossy leaves emerge. The single blossoms are rich red...

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Jessie Keith

(Hybrid Flowering Quince, Texas Scarlet Flowering Quince)

The compact, glossy-leaved hybrid flowering quince, 'Texas Scarlet' , bears masses of striking reddish flowers in spring and has few thorns, unlike most other selections. Many favor hybrid flowering quince because it combines the most desirable features of its parent species, common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering quince (C. japonica). 'Texas Scarlet' is a compact, densely branched selection ideal for foundation plantings, low hedges and rockeries.

Clusters...

(Hybrid Flowering Quince)

Hybrid flowering quince is a spiny, medium-sized, deciduous shrub known for its large spring flowers that come in an array of colors. Many favor this ornamental quince because it combines the most desirable features of its parent species, common flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa) and Japanese flowering quince (C. japonica). Its pretty spring blooms come in an array of colors and broad, spreading form and spiny branches make it useful for hedges or screening.

Clusters of...

Image of Chamaecyparis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Falsecypress)

Comprising a handful of species from Taiwan, Japan, and North America, these evergreen conifers are garden favorites worldwide. In the wild they form majestic, conical, stout-trunked trees with beautiful shredding red-brown bark. In cultivation they are mostly known by their myriad dwarf (or slow-growing) cultivars, which come in diverse colors, sizes, and shapes.

Chamaecyparis cultivars may be conical, globular, prostrate, fastigiate, weeping, or contorted in habit. Many eventually...