A Quince row at Burbank's Farm in Sebastopol CA(Wht. flwrs in frgrnd. are Oemleria-"Oso Berry")
At Hortensia House. Marlborough New Zealand.
Chinese quince very old specimen hanging on within totally paved environment, 4/07/08, Augusta GA
Chinese quince very old specimen displaying incredibly colorful mottled bark, 4/07/08, Augusta GA
Carl S. English, Jr., Botanical Garden - Seattle, WA
Bonsai of this species in Bonsai Garden, Oakland California
Easy to grow and long lived, its charming Spring show of singe, pink flowers is sure to delight.
The beautiful mottled bark is striking even on fairly young trees.
Flowers are beautiful, but on older trees, too high to see very well.
A Chinese Quince or Japanese Karin Fruit - in fruit in mid May near Whakatane, New Zealand
Close up of the trunk and bark
The lower branches
Ripe fruit that had dropped to the ground
The sweet smelling lemon coloured fruit on the tree was approx 6" x 4"
A youngish 'Chinese Quince' Tauranga Road, Waihi, New Zealand
The young fruit
Maturing fruit detail
The 'new green' of the spring growth serrated leaves