In addition to the fruit quince, there is also a decorative one. It is often used to decorate the local area. It is unpretentious in care, and blooms very beautifully, in spring the bush is covered with bright flowers of pink, red, white or orange shades. You can buy a seedling on the website of the Valley of Plants https://dolina-sad.ru/catalog/dekorativnye-kustarniki/ayva/.

In nature, the birthplace of this species of quince (the second name is chaenomeles) is Japan and China. It differs from the usual, fruit one in that it almost does not get sick, it blooms very abundantly, it is resistant to frost, the adult bush is compact in size.

In decorative quince, the fruits are small (up to 4 cm), suitable for food, but small, hard with the taste of an unripe apple, when ripe, the berries become rich yellow. After frost, they become softer and the taste is sweeter.

The most popular and interesting varieties:

  • Nivalis — This is Japanese quince with snow-white (which is quite rare for quince) flowers up to 3 cm in diameter. The aroma is pleasant. Under favorable conditions and good care, it can bloom twice a summer. The young shrub has erect shoots, over time they lie down and the bush becomes sprawling. An adult bush can reach 2 meters in width and 2 in height.
  • Pink Lady — a hybrid variety with pink flowers. This is a very ornamental shrub with fast growth (about 10 cm per year), good drought resistance, and frost resistance (down to -29 degrees). Of the minuses — this quince has thorns.
    Pink Lady
  • Orange Trail — low (up to 1.5 m tall) prostrate spherical shrub with numerous orange flowers. Valued for its compactness and unpretentiousness.
    Orange Trail
  • Mauleya — a shrub up to 1.5 meters tall, the leaves bloom in red-bronze color, eventually becoming green. Flowers are orange-red.
  • Simonyi — this variety was bred in France, a spherical bush, flowers — raspberry-red. Ripe fruits are green.
  • Crimson and Gold — a branched shrub up to 1.2 m high. Flowers are bright red with yellow stamens. Suitable for making hedges.

Quince is a shade-tolerant shrub, but in order to better bear fruit, it is better to place it in a sunny area. Prefers loam, but will grow in heavy clay soils. Since quince has thorns, it is advisable to plant it in the direction of paths with active traffic, so as not to accidentally injure passers-by.

When choosing a variety, pay attention to the climatic features of your region, the size of an adult shrub and the level of frost resistance of the variety. With the right sorting of the Japanese quince variety, it will become a real decoration of your site.

Viktor Datsky

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