Japonica is a beautiful shrub, whose flowering largely contributes to its success.
L’maintenance, planting to pruning, will participate in the growth of japonica and its beautiful bloom.
In short, that’you should know:
Name : Chaenomeles speciosa
Family : Rosaceae
Type : Shrub
Height : 1 to 2 m
Exposure : Sunny and part shade
Ground : Ordinary
Foliage : Deciduous
Flowering : February-May
Prefer a slightly sunny but not scorching.
Japonica is an easy shrub that s’suitable for all soil types but also for all climates.
- In hedge, maintain a distance of 1.5 m between each shrub
- Follow planting tips Gardening malignant.
Size, maintenance japonica:
Japonica can be cut regularly but still after flowering so as not to compromise its beautiful flowers in late’winter.
Qu’it either hedge or isolated, the growth of Japanese quince is fast and only regular intervention from you will give it the desired shape.
But you can also let it grow as it sees fit, he n’be no less pretty!
After flowering, choose a light pruning to ensure the right balance of’shrub.
- In hedge, fold in some eyes the main branches.
Consumption of Japanese quince fruit:
Japanese quince fruits are very good eaten raw as they are very astringent.
But as the traditional quince quince can the leather and make delicious jellies for example.
Namely the japonica:
Originating’Asia, japonica has a lovely blooming red or pink-purple at the end of’Winter will give lots of color to your garden.
He is one of the most beautiful flowering shrubs at this time but still very nice for the rest of the’year.
- Find the delicious quince jelly recipe
Malignant Council on the japonica:
The quince is very suitable for hedges, but also to the massive terrace bins.
- When trimming the hedge?
- Tips and tricks to cut its shrubs
- Flowering shrubs Calendar
- D’other spring flowering shrubs