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quince

(kwints),
The edible fruit of Cydonia oblongata (family Rosaceae); the seeds have demulcent properties.
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Q MY Japanese quince has large fruit on it, but is a bit wild.
Try training a shrub like Escallonia x langleyensis which is semi-evergreen and flowers freely, or the Japanese quince (Chaenomeles speciosa).
Rose of Sharon, flowering almond, forsythia, Japanese quince, lilac, pomegranate, spiraea, and wisteria in both vine and tree forms.
Trellis screens planted with climbing or rambler roses or Japanese quince will help filter dust.
THE Japanese quince, Chaenomeles speciosa, is a delightful if thorny plant, available in many varieties.
PRUNE wall-trained Japanese quince, chaenomeles, after flowering.

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