Quince (Berries, minor fruits and fruit trees)
We offer grafted of a certain fruit tree which is rare and hard to find; European quinces for pot culture in zone 4-5.
For U.S customers: Sorry, the majority of the fruit trees cannot be shipped to the United States due to restrictions by Agriculture Canada and USDA.
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25 to 50 = 5%
51 to 75 = 10%
76 to 150 = 15%
151 to 350 = 20%
351 and more = 25%
Discount from 30% to 40% for large quantities... request a quote by email
The fruit produced by Cooke’s Jumbo are exceptionally large with greenish-yellow skin and firm white flesh. They are not generally eaten raw, but rather used for baking, jellies, or candied. This is one of the hardiest varieties of quince available. Canadian Hardiness Zone: 5b Soil... more
The fruit produced by Cooke’s Jumbo are exceptionally large with greenish-yellow skin and firm... more
The quince tree is in the same family as apple and pear. The large yellow aromatic flesh is very good for making jellies and jams. The tree grows 5 to 8 m tall (16-26 feet) high and 4 to 6 m (13-19 feet) wide. The tree is self-fertile, however, its yield can benefit from cross-pollination. The Quince tree is adapted... more
The quince tree is in the same family as apple and pear. The large yellow aromatic flesh is very good for... more