Texas Scarlet Flowering Quince

Texas Scarlet Flowering Quince
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Blast of Scarlet in Early SpringTexas Scarlet Flowering Quince, Chaenomeles japonica ‘Texas Scarlet’, is one of the first shrubs to bloom in the spring. The scarlet flowers emerge before the foliage in the spring.The emerging young foliage is also red and matures into glossy, green foliage which covers the 3′ high plant.The suggested uses for this plant include specimen plant, border, barrier, hedge, cut flowers, and attracting wildlife.The fruit is yellow-green fruit and edible when cooked. It may be left on the plant to feed wildlife.The Texas Scarlet Flowering Quince does best in full to part sun and is adaptable to both dry and moist sites. This plant can thrive in urban environments!Bring spring into your home by cutting branches and displaying the bright flowers in a vase or floral arrangement!*Profusion of Scarlet Flowers in Early Spring*Foliage Emerges Red and Matures to Green*Fruit is Edible or Left for Wildlife .

Jet Trails Quince

Jet Trails Quince
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The Quince, Jet Trails, ‘Chaenomeles speciosa ‘Jet Trails’, is a small, bushy, spreading, deciduous shrub to 3 feet, with masses of white apple-blossom-like flowers in early spring before the glossy, dark-green foliage appears.Jet Trails produces green apple-shaped fruit in October. The fruit is edible but it must be cooked in order to be enjoyed. Quince fruit is often found in pies, jam, and liqueurs.Jet Trails is a very attractive plant for a small area of a yard or garden. It is useful for hedges, screens, barriers, and shrub borders. Branches from the Jet Trails shrub can clipped and forced for winter bloom in your home.If pruning is needed, prune to shape in spring, after flowering. Pruning will stimulate the growth of flowering spurs which will improve bloom in the following year.This tough and adaptable hybrid quince will thrive in a wide range of growing conditions. For best results, plant Jet Trails in full sun and well-drained soils.Jet Trails attracts butterflies and birds!* Superb Spring Color!.

Double Take Pink™ Quince

Double Take Pink™ Quince
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Intense Pink Flowers on an Easy to Grow, Drought Tolerant ShrubThe Quince, Double Take Pink Storm, ‘Chaenomeles ‘Pink Storm’, produces a spectacular early spring display.  Their large flowers with intense pink color will make you look twice or do the “Double Take.”This plant is excellent for hedging, mass planting and cut flower gardens. Double Take would be spectacular as an early season specimen for the mixed border.The ‘Pink Storm’ is easy to care for and they do not produce thorns or fruit. Once this plant is established, it is very drought tolerant. It will mature to 3′-4′ with an equal spread. It may be pruned to any size.The Double Take Pink Storm is deer resistant. It is heat and drought tolerant and makes a beautiful landscape plant. It will do well in full sun to part shade.Double Take blooms on old wood so do not prune before the spring flowers are spent.For consistent blooms of high quality, and an abundance of striking color for your landscape, you can’t go wrong with the Double Take Pink Storm. * Intense Pink Flowers in Early Spring* No Thorns or Fruit* Loves Sun & Heat* Drought Tolerant.

Japanese Flowering Quince

Japanese Flowering Quince
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The Japanese Flowering Quince, Chaenomeles japonica, is a small, deciduous shrub with widespreading, dense branches. This shrub has medium summer texture, and then coarse winter texture. In early spring it displays bright orange-red flowers. Japanese Flowering Quince is an adaptable, easy to grow shrub that is tolerant of dry soils. It prefers full sun, which is needed for best ornamental display, although it is tolerant of partial shade. Use for shrub borders, hedges, or mass plantings. Occasional renewal pruning in spring, after flowering, will improve the bloom for the following year..

Spreading Quince

Spreading Quince
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Easy PickingsQuince – Spreading, Chaenomeles japonica,  or Japanese Flowering Quince,is an adaptable, easy to grow deciduous thornless shrub that does best in full sun. This sprawling, 2′-3′  high and wide, has crowded gnarled branches covered with small leaves. The edges are smooth and dark green above, pale with a dense felt of grey wool beneath, especially when young. They turn a rich yellow in autumn. It has pink to white flowers that appear in late spring or early summer.  The fruit are light golden-yellow, green or orange, usually pear shaped, but sometimes round and apple-shaped. A quince is delicious stewed, baked, made into fruit butter, but should not be eaten raw. Almost anything that can be done with apples can be done with quinces!It loves full sun and is is tolerant of dry soils.Old canes and suckers can be removed every year to control growth and improve flowering. The Spreading Quince needs ample room to ramble, so make sure other plants are not nearby that will be affected by its spreading habit. *Small White/Pink Flowers *2′-3′ Compact But Rambling Growth*Edible Fruit if Cooked .

Double Take Orange™ Quince

Double Take Orange™ Quince
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A Blast of Early Spring ColorThe Quince, Double Take Orange Storm, ‘Chaenomeles ‘Orange Storm’, produces a spectacular early spring display of large flowers with intense orange color.The ‘Orange Storm’ is easy to care for and they do not produce thorns or fruit. It matures to a 3′-4′ high plant with an equal spread. Once this plant is established, it is very drought tolerant.This plant is excellent for hedging, mass planting and cut flower gardens. Double Take would be spectacular as an early season specimen for the mixed border.The Double Take Orange Storm is deer resistant. It is heat and drought tolerant and makes a beautiful landscape plant in full to part sun.This low maintenance plant may be pruned to shape after flowering. Double Take blooms on old wood so do not prune before the spring flowers are spent.To get the best bloom, plant in full sun!* Large Intense Orange Flowers* No Thorns or Fruit* Drought Tolerant and Deer Resistant.

Double Take Scarlet™ Quince

Double Take Scarlet™ Quince
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Intense Scarlet Flowers – Makes a Great HedgeThis plant will make you look twice or do a “Double Take”.Double Take Scarlet Storm Quince, Chaenomeles speciosa ‘Scarlet Storm’, is a mounded 3′-4′ shrub with an equal spread. It produces a spectacular early spring display of large flowers with intense scarlet color.The Double Take Scarlet Storm Quince is easy to care for and they do not produce thorns or fruit. Once this plant is established, it is very drought tolerant.This plant is excellent for hedging, mass planting and cut flower gardens. Double Take would be spectacular as an early season specimen for the mixed border.The Double Take Scarlet Storm Quince is deer resistant. It is heat and drought tolerant and makes a beautiful landscape plant. It wil thrive in full sun to part shade.This low maintenance plant may be pruned to shape after flowering. Double Take blooms on old wood so do not prune before the spring flowers are spent.* Intense Scarlet Colored Flowers* No Thorns or Fruit* Full Sun to Part Shade* Deer Resistant .