A pile of quince seeds and quince isolated on white. Closeup.

By November 9, 2017Articles

A pile of quince seeds and quince isolated on white.  Closeup.

By Amy Grant Sure, you can buy a quince seedling from a nursery, but what fun is that? My sister has a gorgeous quince tree in her backyard and we regularly make the fruit into delicious quince preserves. Rather than go to her house to procure fruit, I pondered the question “can I grow quince trees from seed instead.” Turns out that seed grown quince is, indeed, one method of propagation along with layering and hardwood cuttings. Interested in growing quince fruit from seeds? Read on to find out how to grow a quince tree from seed and just how long it takes to grow following quince seed germination. Can I Grow Quince from Seed? Many types of fruit can be started from seed. Not all of them will be true to the parent plant, including seed grown quince, but if you are a curious, experimental gardener like me, then

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