7 years to reach maturity
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Chaenomeles is a genus containing 3 species of spiny, deciduous shrubs in the rose family, Rosaceae. They bear attractive pink, red or white 5-petalled flowers in clusters, measuring 3-4.5cm wide. Flowering occurs late winter to early spring and the fruits ripen in late autumn. Leaves are simple and serrated along the edges. They originate from areas in Japan, Korea, China, Bhutan and Burma and they are popular ornamental shrub species in Europe and North America. Many cultivars have been developed.
How to propagate Chaenomeles
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Spring Flowering Shrubs
Growing these shrubs will give you a glorious spring display of flowers.
Spring Flowering Garden Shrubs
These spring flowering shrubs are great additions, providing pollinators with habitat, shelter and food.