Zone: 5 – 10
Pollination Group: 2
Ripens: Second half of September
Fertility: Self pollinating but produces best with another pollinator present
Skin Colour: Amber-yellow
Flesh: Juicier than most other varieties
Flavour: Mild
Usage: Good for jellies, candied fruit, and baking
Storage: Up to two months when refrigerated
Notes: A fairly cold hardy tree. Variable growth habit and slow to crop however; can become a vigorous, large and spreading, plant. Quince crop best with both shelter and sun. Fruit needs careful handling to avoid bruising. Occasionally susceptible to fire blight, leaf blight, and coddling moth.