Japanese Quince fruit looks(bright yellow) and tastes similar to the more common European quince. However this is where the similarities end. Japanese quince flowers are a very attractive red-orange and Euro quince are white. The "low bush" growth habit of Japanese quince allows for snow cover to protect the fruit buds during the coldest winters ...but the fruit buds on the taller Euro quince do not get same snow protection. Our Japanese quince bushes have produced fruit even after -40 C winters! We have been breeding and selecting for better quince varieties with bigger, tastier fruit.for 20 yrs.and now offer a Quince special ..... a package of 2 X Japanese quince and one X Crimea(Euro) quince for $129 in order to encourage more quince fruit production...presently Canadian consumers must buy imported fruit to be able to enjoy its great flavour. Quince bushes should start to produce within 2 yrs of planting and quince fruit are easy to sell( high market value).
QUINCE SPECIAL: Japanese X2 and Crimea X1 ...3 trees for $135