Chaenomeles x superba “Hollandia” is a hybrid of Chaenomeles japonica and Chaenomeles speciosa. Read all about flowering quince here.
All images in this post are courtesy of Ella Schwab who is a talented young photographer and my beautiful daughter.
Read all about Flowering Quince here.
Chaenomeles is a flowering woody perennial that is underutilized and unappreciated in Pacific Northwest gardens. It seems strange since it would be a good fit for a range of garden styles. Obviously, it would work in a Chinese or Japanese … Continue reading →
Today is a happy Friday. My wish list plants from Annie’s Annuals arrived and they are looking great. I ordered three Hollyhock Alcea “Mars Magic” and one Dianthus ‘Queen of Hearts’ Perpetual Carnation. Everything was in great shape. When you … Continue reading →