Quince trees are good-looking, easy to care for and require no specialist pruning. The fruit are perfect for turning into jelly or jams.
Sow Indoors / Plant Out
J F M A M J J A S O N D Sow Indoors Plant Out Harvest
How To Grow
Most quinces come on their own rootstock in many shapes and sizes, Quince C for a more manageable trees or for those with larger plots, the Quince A rootstocks allow trees to spread to four metres or more. Dig a hole in the soil, spread the roots evenly over the bottom of the hole, refill with soil and firm.
How/When To Harvesting
Fruit are ready to harvest when they have turned from a light yellow to a golden colour and are aromatic.
- Sow Depth: 0 cm
- Spacing Between Rows: 200 cm
- Spacing Along Row: 200 cm