Making A Quince Hedge – How To Grow A Quince Fruit Tree Hedge

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Making A Quince Hedge – How To Grow A Quince Fruit Tree Hedge

By Amy Grant Quince comes in two forms, the flowering quince (Chaenomeles speciosa), a shrub with early blooming showy flowers and the small, fruiting quince tree (Cydonia oblonga). There are a number of reasons to include either in the landscape, but do quince trees make good hedges, in particular, the fruiting type? And how do you grow a quince fruit tree hedge? Read on to find out about making and growing a fruiting quince hedge. Do Quince Trees Make Good Hedges? Flowering quince is spectacular for a few weeks in late winter to early spring but as a single specimen may seem little more than a tangle of thorny branches. But a hedge of quince trees as a mass planting will be even more spectacular early in the season when still yearning for flowers and growing plants. A hedge of flowering or fruiting quince trees makes a perfect screening or

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