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- n. flowering quince
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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.
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.
Flowering quince, a gift from neighbors, thanks Mae and Mickey, an unknown cultivar of chaenomeles.
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.
The spice bush (Lindera benzoin) and flowering quince (Rosaceae chaenomeles) are two flowering shrubs that will be blooming in March.