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[nafex] Aromatnaya Quince

It's true an Aromatnaya can be eaten ripe off the tree, but it doesn't mean you'll want to.  I guess they aren't as unpleasant to eat as other quinces, but they'll never replace apples, pears, etc.  I've had an Aromatnaya for several years and it's very productive and, until last year, disease free.  Last year it got a case of Quince Rust, but there has never been any sign of fire blight.  I grow it for making jelly and immigrants from eastern & southern Europe who live in the neighborhood get the excess.
Bruce in CT

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