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Apple Quince

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Ancient and classic type. Fruit medium size, rich golden yellow, juicy, good flavour, good cooking early ripening. Tree vigorous, spreading, good bearer, flowers late. Quince 'Apple' is so called due to its apple shape. Pollination: self-fertile Uses:...

Champion Quince

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Fruit is medium size, pear-shaped, good quality. The yellow-skinned fruit becomes pale pink when cooked. • Pollination Group: no other pollinators needed although the presence of additional varieties can improve pollination rates • Uses:...

Chinese Quince (Pseudocydonia sinensis)

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The Chinese Quince (Pseudocydonia sinensis) is used both as an attractive small ornamental tree and for its perfumed and edible fruit. It has attractive pink flowers and yellow to red autumn foliage. Its bark, more obvious in winter, is also attractive...

De Bourgeaut Quince

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Large, vigorous, upright tree. Very large leaves. Greenish-yellow fruit, medium large, pear-shaped, deep pink when cooked. Yellow flesh, juicy, good quality. Late season flowering. Late season ripening. Reference and Image (accessed 26/11/13)

De Vranja Quince

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From servia (Serbia?), prolific qualities; fruit enormous, weighing up to 1.5 kg; agreeable flavour; medium to strong vigour, upright, large leaves; flowers early to mid season. Reference Keith Robertson notes

Master's Early Quince

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Australian heritage variety, early flowering, late ripening. Fruit medium to large, pear shaped. Spreading habit, small leaves, yellow fruit, good quality. Pink when cooked. Reference Keith Robertson notes

Missouri Mammoth Quince

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USA pre 1888. Fruit very large, rich, aromatic, excellent flavour, early ripening. Tree vigorous, spreading, compact, productive, regular bearer, flowers early.

Pineapple Quince

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Good quality fruit are shaped like a pear and medium size. The yellow-skinned fruit becomes pale pink when cooked. • Pollination Group: no other pollinators needed although the presence of additional varieties can improve pollination rates •...

Powell’s Prize Quince

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Powell’s Prize Quince (Cydonia oblonga 'Powell’s Prize') is an early to mid flowering and fruiting deciduous tree. The quince fruit are small and shaped like a pear and turn pink when cooked. • Pollination Group: no other pollinators...

Rea's Mammoth Quince

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Originated USA. Large, short pear-shaped, pink when cooked, keeps well. Early-mid season flowering. Mid season ripening. Pink when cooked. Reference and image (accessed 26/11/13)

Smyrna Quince

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Good quality fruit are large and shaped like a long pear. The yellow-skinned fruit becomes pale pink when cooked. • Pollination Group: no other pollinators needed although the presence of additional varieties can improve pollination rates •...

Van Deman Quince

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Fruit medium size, pear-shaped, late ripening. Tree medium to strongly vigorous, spreading, precocious and heavy bearer, early flowering. Colour pale orange, flesh pale yellow, slightly astringent, aromatic, pleasant, sub-acid, juicy, becomes deep red...