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Pineapple Quince Trees ripen in September and require oly 100 chill hours to produce fruit. (4 days of temperatures at or below 45° F.) The Pineapple Quince Tree is also self pollinating, thus only one tree is required in the production of fruit.

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Pineapple -Quince June 7, 2016
Reviewer: James Wells from Marfa, TX United States  
Don't know if tree is still hibernating or what -planted-like others wait and see(dormant?)

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Pineapple quince April 29, 2016
Reviewer: Moe Riazati from Taos, NM United States  
Good!

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Quince February 25, 2016
Reviewer: Nina Williams from Cochran, GA United States  
I bought a quince tree two years ago and it grown  strange with branches in all directions ; no flowers , no fruits . The nursery sent me a replacement; looks good and have to have patience at list one year to see if make some flowers.

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quince concerns January 27, 2016
Reviewer: william hough from Sewickley, PA United States  
When i ordered a 5-6 foot tree i was not prepared to receive one that had been trimmed down to 40 inches and no longer had its terminal bud intact. The roots had also been pruned much more severely than previous experience would have led me to expect.   I regularly receive shipments of 6 foot long items (trees, framing material, steel rods and wrought iron stock for my business) from UPS so am not quite sure why this was done. I hope this little friend grows well. Springtime will reveal all.

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very good January 29, 2015
Reviewer: victoria kalmykova from coos bay, OR United States  
Thank you

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