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  • n. flowering quince

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Examples

  • Also in bloom or bud shown below are, from left to right, annual dianthus, Sheffield Pink mum, chaenomeles (flowering quince), white phlox subulata, erysimum (wallflower) and the yellow button mum.

    December Bloom Day-In And Out « Fairegarden

  • A true reality shot, the flowering quince, chaenomeles, is not quite open, and the hellebore in the rear will be loaded with open blossoms any day now.

    Blooms of February- GBBD « Fairegarden

  • Flowering quince, a gift from neighbors, thanks Mae and Mickey, an unknown cultivar of chaenomeles.

    Winter Buds Full of Hope « Fairegarden

  • Native to China and Japan, but well at home in our equally temperate climate, chaenomeles will reach 5 to 8 feet in height and about as wide.

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  • The spice bush (Lindera benzoin) and flowering quince (Rosaceae chaenomeles) are two flowering shrubs that will be blooming in March.

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