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Leskovacz quince trees

(Serbian Gold)
Cydonia oblonga

Leskovac is an "apple-shaped" quince with a smooth skin which is easy to peel.

The fruit should be picked towards the end of September and then stored for 1-2 months at room temperature to ripen.

Like many quinces, Leskovac has some ornamental value, with the wood, leaves, pink/white blossom and fruit all being attractive.

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Leskovacz organic quince trees for sale

  • Maidentree on BA29 rootstock22.25€
    Medium tree (2m-3.5m after 10 years) Bare-root
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Growing and Training

Leskovac is very resistant to leaf rust infections which can affect quinces. It is also is one of the hardiest of quince varieties, but even so try to plant in a sunny position if possible. Training against a south-facing wall is a good idea if you live in a northerly climate, as this will promote good quality fruit as well as being an attractive garden feature.

Leskovac is self-fertile and no pollination partner is required.

Leskovacz characteristics

  • Fruit bearingTip-bearer
  • Picking periodearly October