DESCRIPTIONJapanese Quince- this shrub is very beautiful. It is decorated with large, delicate red flowers that are similar to apple blossom, and appear in March and April. Later in their place grow extremely aromatic, yellow fruits that taste delicious, and can be used as an addition to tea, or as a base for liqueurs. Quince can be used as a hedge, as the plant is well suited for pruning and is condensed easily. Perfect for liqueurs, preserves and pickles.
ADVICESQuince does not have any special soil requirements. Ensure that the plant has good access to light. The soil should be moderately moist, although the plant will survive drier periods.
Shortly after planting, shorten all branches of the quince, which will stimulate the plant's growth. Further cuts should be made in the spring, always after flowering. Remove all weaker and over-grown shoots. The shrub can be thinned out if it has grown too dense.