Double Take Orange™ Quince

Status: Out of Stock
Mature Height: 4 to 5 ft.
Mature Spread: 36 to 48 inches
Proper Name: Chaenomeles speciosa 'Orange Storm' USPP 20,950

Collections: In the Greenhouse

Product type: Woody Ornamental - Pot

Tags: Bloom Spring, Deer Resistant, Disease Resistant, Dry Conditions, Easy to Grow, Feeds Pollinators, Flower (Orange), Full Sun, Part Sun

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The flowering quince is one of those shrubs that is easy to grow and very rewarding. It is an old-fashioned shrub with old-fashion appeal. This particular cultivar is mostly thornless and has beautiful double bloom rich orange flowers that transition from a lighter to darker orange on bloom. Blooms come before the leaves. In the south this is March, further north you'll see blooms in April. The low profile and open nature of the quince makes it perfect for areas with other fuller plants, such as ornamental grasses or perennial flower beds.

Quince is rewarding for the experienced gardener and the unexperienced gardener alike, but if you are new to gardening or struggle to keep things growing, try a quince it's beautiful flowers will reward you and help you build confidence.

Bloom Color:Brilliant deep orange
Bloom Period:Early spring
Genus & Species:Chaenomeles speciosa 'Orange Storm' USPP 20,950
Mature Height:4 to 5 ft.
Mature Spread:36 to 48 inches
Plant Spacing:48 to 60 inches
Planting Depth:At crown level (base of the plant)
Planting Time:Spring or fall planting
Soil Type:Prefers soil with good drainage, drought tolerant once established
Sun Exposure:Full Sun to Part Sun
Zone:5 to 9

General care for any tree or shrub is easy, please educate yourself and follow these simple rules.

Caring for Double Take Orange™ Quince

The flowering quince is one of those shrubs that is easy to grow and very rewarding. It is an old-fashioned shrub with old-fashion appeal. This particular cultivar has beautiful double bloom rich orange flowers that transition from a lighter to darker orange on bloom. Blooms come before the leaves. In the south this is March, further north you'll see blooms in April. The low profile and open nature of the quince makes it perfect for areas with other fuller plants, such as ornamental grasses or perennial flower beds.

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