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Chaenomeles. (Chaenomeles speciosa (Flowering quince)Pink)

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wow mine not flowering yet Dotty, love this colour, mine red.

13 Mar, 2011

 

Thats rather lovely DD

13 Mar, 2011

 

Its gorgeous so dainty lovely colour too.

13 Mar, 2011

 

Thanks girls.....San I think this is early, but it is in a very sunny and sheltered position.

13 Mar, 2011

 

How lovely, mine not anywhere near this stage.

13 Mar, 2011

 

Karen thanks....it is early.

13 Mar, 2011

 

You have some lovely blooms in your spring garden, DD and this has a lovely colour.

14 Mar, 2011

 

Beautiful. I thought I had lost mine last year but left it alone and was really pleased to see some red buds appearing on a few of the branches this week. :o))

14 Mar, 2011

 

Pretty :o)

14 Mar, 2011

 

Whiston thanks it has been a good year for spring flowers, HB glad to hear yours is still there, thanks TT.

14 Mar, 2011

 

lovely d.d .......... have 2 of theses .... both flowering , same couler . they flowered quite a lot for me even wen we had snow !!!

15 Mar, 2011

 

Lovely to have that in flower so early . . cheering!

15 Mar, 2011

amy
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How lovely Dd , such a deep colour ,mine are still in bud !

15 Mar, 2011

 

Thanks Cristina, this year we have more flowers, it is not very old, so as it ages we should get lots more. Amy as you can see it does have the shelter of a fence. (in full sun)
Sheila it is......quite a joy.

15 Mar, 2011

 

I tell you what caught my eye with this pic DD, the wonderful markings of the fence that is really set off by the stunning deep rose of the flowers. Super photo!

17 Mar, 2011

 

Thanks Tetra....

17 Mar, 2011

 

I keep looking at this..its ended up in my favourites..it really appeals to me..

18 Mar, 2011

 

Your welcome Tetra, I rather fancy some of the pretty apricot ones to the right of the page?

23 Mar, 2011

 

Mmm, they are rather luscious aren't they..but must admit I do love the white one. That would look good against your lovely grainy fence also.

24 Mar, 2011

 

They are beautiful....are they just ornamental or do you actually get fruit from them? (green as grass here! lol) I wonder if they would be too big for our garden space? I'm making a list of plants I'd like to incorporate...hoping the borders will soon be in situ...and then...let the planting commence :)

24 Mar, 2011

 

They will grow against a fence and get as big as you want..but its not huge in general, you can get quince from them if they ripen J...

24 Mar, 2011



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