More images of Quince
Small genus of 1 hardy deciduous tree bearing a pome fruit, similar to a pear and coloured golden-yellow upon maturity. Its also known as a quince and has been cultivated for its fruits, which as used in cooking and also its pretty pink flowers and ornamental stature. Growing on average 5-8m high and 4-6m wide, this genus is native to rocky slopes and woodland edges and may be grown in a range of climates, including Northern latitudes such as Scotland.
Common problems with Quince
How to propagate Quince
You can propagate the species by seed in autumn, cultivators by softwood cuttings in summer.
Other uses of Quince
Grown for its flowers and fruits.