Quince fruits grow on a small tree or shrub.Often
people use it as a ormental plant and some time for fruit processing. It is adaptable to many climates and tolerates "wet feet" better than many other deciduous fruit trees. Quince trees bloom late which means that they avoid spring frosts.Likeapple and pears Quinces have same pest problems . They are self-fruitful and Used as a dwarfing rootstock for pear.
Golden yellow quince with white flesh have pineapple flavor but are slightly tart. Used in jams, and jellies. It blooms with large, white flowers tinged pink. Cold hardy, yet low chilling requirement. Ripens in Sept./Oct. 300 hours. Self-fruitful.
Photo above shows Pineapple Quince planted 2 years ago (2008.Have many fruits this year.
In order to get goodt crop it requires to be watered regularly during the summer months, I irrigate them 7-14 days during growing season and every 4 to 6 weeks during the winter.
We have 3 to 5 inch thick layer of partially compost mulch around the tree which provide all necessary nutrient to plants.