Fruiting

(Cydonia oblonga) At the turn of the century almost every rural family had a fruiting quince tree. The varieties we offer have delightful pineapple like flavors. They are prized for cooking, jelly making, and adding to apple cider. Quince trees are self fertile, have big white blossoms in late spring and very large bright yellow fruit that ripens in October and hangs like lanterns in the autumn. USDA Zones 5-9. We offer 4-6' grafted trees. Our Quince are grown on Quince rootstock they will get to be approximately 12-15' tall.

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Category Items

  • Aromatnaya Russian Quince/Quince SPRING
  • Aromatnaya Russian Quince/Quince SPRING

  • Claribel Quince [SPRING]
  • Claribel Quince [SPRING]

  • Havran Turkish Quince/Quince rtstk [SPRING]
  • Havran Turkish Quince/Quince rtstk [SPRING]

  • Karp's Sweet Quince [SPRING]
  • Karp's Sweet Quince [SPRING]

  • Limon Quince [SPRING]
  • Limon Quince [SPRING]

  • Orange Quince/Quince [SPRING]
  • Orange Quince/Quince [SPRING]

  • Pineapple Quince/Quince [SPRING]
  • Pineapple Quince/Quince [SPRING]

  • Portugal 25931 Quince/Quince [SPRING]
  • Portugal 25931 Quince/Quince [SPRING]

  • Seker Gevrek Quince/Quince [SPRING]
  • Seker Gevrek Quince/Quince [SPRING]

  • Simply Quince
  • Simply Quince

  • Smyrna quince/Quince Rtstk [SPRING]
  • Smyrna quince/Quince Rtstk [SPRING]

  • Van Deman quince/Quince rtstk [SPRING]
  • Van Deman quince/Quince rtstk [SPRING]