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Fruiting Quince Trees
When raw, quince are very hard and astringent. However, when these are cooked, they soften and sweeten, with a beautiful colour and aroma.
Because of their high pectin content, Quince is often used in jams, jellies and Quince paste;
however, they can also be enjoyed in fruit compote, roasted, or baked in tarts, pies and muffins and even make an exquisite ice cream flavour. Quince pairs well with Apple and Pear and orange flavours in cooking.
Our Quince trees can be purchased as either one-year or two-year old trees, for more information please visit the FAQ page.
For enquiries and custom grafts, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Deciduous Rootstock and Tree Specialists
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