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James H. Schutte

(Flowering Quince, Toyo-nishiki Flowering Quince)

Noted for its early spring clusters of bowl-shaped flowers in white, coral-pink and light pink, 'Toyo-nishiki' is considered one of the prettiest flowering quinces for the garden. Its buds and blossoms cover the plant while the oval, teethed, green leaves emerge on the zig-zagged, thorny branches. Fragrant yellow, apple-shaped fruits ripen in the fall and are cooked for preserves and jellies, but are not eaten fresh.

Though it grows and flowers best in full sun and well-drained, acidic-to-neutral...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Flowering Quince, Maule's Flowering Quince)

Admired for its beautiful spring blooms, Japanese flowering quince is a spiny, compact to medium-sized, deciduous shrub native to Japan. Profuse clusters of small, salmon or orange, bowl-shaped flowers cover the plant very early in spring, before and after its smooth green leaves emerge. These are followed by gnarled, yellowish, apple-shaped fruits that are fully ripe by fall and may be used to make preserves or jelly. Of all the flowering quince species, this is considered the hardiest.

The...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Flowering Quince)

A uniformly dwarf, alpine form of standard flowering quince, 'Alpina' is a long-cultivated type selected from seed collected on Japanese islands near Kyushu by the first director of Harvard's Arnold Arboretum, C. S. Sargent. Admired for its beautiful spring blooms, Japanese flowering quince is a spiny, compact to medium-sized, deciduous shrub native to Japan. Profuse clusters of small, salmon or orange, bowl-shaped flowers cover the plant very early in spring, before and after its smooth green leaves...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Flowering Quince)

This dwarf, white-flowered flowering quince was selected in Japan and is favored for small gardens and bonsai. Admired for its beautiful spring blooms, Japanese flowering quince is a spiny, deciduous shrub native to Japan. Profuse clusters of small, bowl-shaped flowers cover the plant very early in spring, before and after its smooth green leaves emerge. These are followed by gnarled, yellowish, apple-shaped fruits that are fully ripe by fall and may be used to make preserves or jelly. Of all the...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Flowering Quince)

Named for the English nurserymen, Maule, who first introduced this compact Japanese selection in 1869, 'Maulei' boasts lots of single salmon orange blooms in spring followed by an extra heavy load of edible fruit. Admired for its beautiful spring blooms, Japanese flowering quince is a spiny, compact to medium-sized, deciduous shrub native to Japan. Profuse clusters of small, salmon or orange, bowl-shaped flowers cover the plant very early in spring, before and after its smooth green leaves emerge....

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Flowering Quince, Maule's Flowering Quince, Super Red™ Flowering Quince)

This is a selection of Japanese flowering quince, a deciduous shrub native to Japan. Tall-growing, ‘Moned’ blooms profusely in spring with clusters of bright-red flowers both before and after the leaves come out. Small, fragrant, greenish-yellow, apple-shaped fruits with a red blush ripen in the fall and can be used for preserves and jellies.

Grow ‘Moned’ (also known as Super Red) in full sun or partial shade, and moist, well-drained soil for best growth and bloom. However, it is adaptable to...

(Japanese Flowering Quince, Maule's Flowering Quince, Orange Beauty Flowering Quince)

The smallest of the flowering quinces, Chaenomeles japonica is a low, spreading, spiny deciduous shrub native to Japan. The cultivar 'Orange Beauty' bears masses of bright orange flowers as its glossy leaves emerge in early spring. Small, fragrant, greenish yellow, apple-shaped fruits with a red blush ripen in fall and can be used for preserves and jellies.

Japanese flowering quince is adaptable to a wide range of soils and flowers best in full sun, although it can also be grown in part shade....

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Flowering Quince, Maule's Flowering Quince, Red Japanese Flowering Quince)

‘Rubra’ Japanese flowering quince is a cultivar of the popular shrub that originated in Japan. This low-growing variety blooms profusely in the spring with clusters of crimson flowers both before and after the leaves come out. Small, fragrant, greenish yellow, apple-shaped fruits with a red blush ripen in the fall and can be used for preserves and jellies. Its broad-spreading form and thorny branches make ‘Rubra’ Japanese flowering quince useful for hedges. It is adaptable to a wide range of soil...

(Japanese Flowering Quince, Maule's Flowering Quince, Sargent's Flowering Quince)

This selection of Japanese flowering quince, ‘Sargentiii,’ descends from a species native to Japan. It is a low-growing, deciduous shrub that blooms profusely in the spring with clusters of salmon-pink to soft orange flowers both before and after the leaves come out. Small, fragrant, greenish yellow, apple-shaped fruits with a red blush ripen in the fall and can be used for preserves and jellies.

For full bloom, grow ‘Sargentii’ in full sun. It tolerates a wide range of soils, including mildly...

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Jesse Saylor

(Flowering Quince)

When in bloom this Chinese shrub is a beauty, but through the rest of the season it has a coarse, rambling, ungainly look. Flowering quince is a spiny, medium-sized, deciduous shrub most noted for its clusters of bright red, bowl-shaped flowers that cover the plant in early spring, both before and after the foliage emerges. These are followed by small quince fruits that are edible and best eaten cooked into preserves or jelly.

The glossy, oval leaves of this hardy shrub are deep green and have...