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Quince
Lovell (Standard)
Marianna 26-24 (Semi-dwarf)
Apple Seedling (Standard)
Semi-dwarf M-111
Semi-dwarf M-7
Dwarf On Bud-9
Dwarf On M-27
Myrobalan 29C (Standard)
Citation (Semi-dwarf)
OHxF333 (Semi-dwarf)
Calleryana (Semi-dwarf)
Betulaefolia (Standard)
Mazzard (Standard)
Mahaleb (Semi-dwarf 85%)
Colt (Semi-dwarf 75%)
GM61/1 (Semi-dwarf 50%)
Fig: Own Root
Jujube: Own Root
Citation (Semi-dwarf)
Winter Nelis (Standard)
Seedling
Lotus
Citation (Semi-dwarf)
Pomegranate: Own Root
OHxF97
No. Calif. Black Walnut
Colossal Seedling
St. Julian
Pixy
Quince
Dwarf On M-26
Nemaguard
Kiwi: Own Root
Zaiger Dwarf 3CR178
Certified Organic M-111
Olive: Own Root
Geneva 935
 

Quince

Tolerant of wet soil, trees on quince rootstock should produce some fruit by about the fifth year. Trees grow to 12-14 feet tall without pruning. They may be kept to 10 feet with summer pruning.
The following varieties are available on this rootstock:
Name Description
Orange Large, round, bright yellow fruits often exceed 1Ib. Flavorful, aromatic, excell...
Pineapple Heavy crops of large, tart fruit used in baking, jams, and jellies. Profuse, orn...
Smyrna Extremely large fruit-light yellow flesh, bright yellow skin. Attractive tree (o...