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quince

(kwints),
The edible fruit of Cydonia oblongata (family Rosaceae); the seeds have demulcent properties.
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Commercial concentrated fruit juices (Rauch Polska, Plonsk, Poland, 65[degrees]Brix) were used in the study to prepare osmotic solutions with concentration of 40[degrees] Brix: (a) chokeberry juice, (b) flowering quince juice, and (c) raspberry juice.
Those waxy red and pink flowers are of another quince, a big, thorny shrub called the flowering quince, immortalized in Japanese prints,.
Choose from blooming azaleas, camellias, daphnes, heaths, and viburnums; deciduous shrubs such as flowering quince and forsythia; and vines such as hardenbergia and primrose jasmine.
A My suggestions would be a climber like jasmine or honeysuckle, or a trained wall shrub such as Flowering quince (Chaenomeles), or Pyracantha, which is spiky.
Shrubs such as the Daphne, chaenomeles (flowering quince) and those gorgeous camellias are leading the way with their plentiful blooms and soon there'll be much more to follow.
Q I HAVE just bought a flowering Quince shrub which has beautiful red flowers.
A little later, corylopsis, the earliest viburnums, fothergillas and flowering quince do the trick.
Each buffet table and bar was centered by a large French wire urn that held either fruit and flowering quince branches or groupings of white, ivory, and amethyst flowers like hydrangeas, tulips, hyacinths, and lisianthus.
Root cuttings can be used to propagate a wide range of perennials including Acanthus (Bear's Britches), Aesculus (Horse Chestnut), Chaenomeles (Flowering Quince), Eryngium (Sea Holly), Papaver (Poppy) and Romneya (Californian Poppy).
(Follow proper pruning practices when cutting off branches; never leave stubs.) Try this technique with an apple, apricot, cherry, or plum tree (flowering crabapple is pictured here), or a shrub such as flowering quince or forsythia.