Chaenomeles japonica Cido Red




Cido Red is a newer version of popular Cido Japanese quince variety from Latvia. As the name suggests, the flowers are red, decorated with rich yellow stamens, and usually open from mid April. However, if the winter is warm, buds may begin opening as early as March. This variety of Chaenomeles produces very large fruit for an ornamental quince, it is yellow with some orange highlights and rich with vitamin C. Flowers for 4-6 weeks, well into early May when leaved out, still, the prettiest sight is at its bare branches with small, rich red, rounded buds slowly opening like a lotus flower, woken up by early spring sun and warmth. 

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