Quince trees on DWARFING rootstocks. Closely related to the pear, quinces are attractive trees, and the fruit wonderfully aromatic - treasured for cooking, tarts, preserves and jellies.
A quince originally from the USA and a very popular variety in Australia. A very reliable and prolific quince producing large amounts of rather squat pear shaped fruit. Cooks to pale pink. Mid season.
Also known as Berezki from Serbia - very attractive longish pear shaped fruits. Smooth pale yellow skin and very aromatic flesh. Flowers are white, cooks to a pink. Matures early. Sorry, we only had a handfull of these for sale.
Originating in New Jersey USA in about 1860. Large pear shaped fruit, very yellow flesh with no grit and a beautiful guava like aroma. Cooks to a pale pink. Pale pink flowers. Fairly late maturing.
This is thought to be an Australian quince. Large handsome leaves, smallish pear shaped fruit that cooks to a pink. Matures early - mid season.
A Turkish quince. Produces a spreading tree, with large leaves. The fruit are large, long and pear-like in shape. Light lemon in colour, very aromatic and firm when cooked, to pale pink. Matures here early April. White flowers with a faint trace of pink.
A quince with a very squat shape and abeautiful bright yellow colour. Cooks to an orange pulp with no grit and a great aromatic spicy flavour. Matures late and has the palest pink flowers. Yet another Luther Burbank selection from California about 1900.
A French variety with large pear shaped fruit. The skin is downy and the flesh cooks firmly to a deep pink, with a rich flavour. Beautiful pale pink flowers. Matures late.
A heavily bearing with fruit curiously the shape of an apple. The tree is vigorous, spreading, small leaved and productive. Possibly from USA.