Chaenomele

Chaenomele

Chaenomeles or Quince are grown for their early five petalled, single or double flowers, which are followed by apple like, edible fruits in Autumn. They bear alternately arranged simple toothed leaves and look beautiful if trained up a wall or left as a shrub.They should be grown in moderately fertile, well drained soil in fun or partial sunlight. After flowering, Chaenomeles can be cut back to younger, stronger stems. 

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  1. Chaenomeles Moerloosei 3 Litre
    Chaenomeles Moerloosei 3 Litre Pot
    £5.35

    Chaenomeles Moerloosei, a late flowering quince with masses of large white flowers flushed pink, and oval, glossy green leaves. 

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  2. Chaenomeles Speciosa Nivalis 5 Litre Pot
    Chaenomeles Speciosa Nivalis 4.5 Litre Pot
    £10.45

    Chaenomeles Nivalis - Quince - masses of brilliant white flowers,

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  3. rubra
    Chaenomeles Speciosa Rubra 10 Litre Pot
    £29.50

    Chaenomeles Speciosa Rubra, Quince, Masses of large red flowers Learn More

  4. Cydonia oblonga Vranja
    Cydonia Vranja 30 Litre Pot 2.5-3m
    £78.50

    Self fertile fruiting quince tree. Pink tinged white flowers are enough to warrant this beautiful tree in any garden. Couple that with an abundance of plump fragrant fruit and you have a perfect small garden tree. If you don't want to make jam the birds will benefit in winter.

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