Camellia japonica and two Chaenomeles - Toyo-Nishiki

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Gidday folks,

An elegant Camellia japonica and two remarkable Chaenomeles - Toyo-Nishiki, posted here for your pleasure.

[Permission has been kindly given to reproduce these photographs. Photos taken by Gabriela Tanaka, Japan.]

Note: Larger formats [mucho clearer] of these pictures are available, just send me a PM, and it will be done.

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Wow - nice Quince. Perhaps in 15 years my Toyo Nishiki will be that nice. Thanks for posting them!
 

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Wow - nice Quince. Perhaps in 15 years my Toyo Nishiki will be that nice. Thanks for posting them!
Would'nt mind seeing what your young'n looks like, I've got two on the go myself, several flowers on one of them last year, but none on the other, just bare sticks at the moment.

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OK redroo but no laughing at my sticks in pots. Deal?

First is 'Not Minerva', second is 'Chojubai White' and third is the 'Toyo Nishiki'. All are new to me, all flowered this winter here in Florida. The 'Not Minerva' has set fruit. I will do nothing to them this year, just let them grow.
 

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Gidday Graydon,

Here's a couple of pics of three of my trees, old pics, apart from the Toyo Nishiki [further styled since this pic] the other two have been repotted into deeper pots, will try to do some pics real soon.

Your Toyo Nishiki stock is looking far better than mine I think, so where did you find yours, I managed to get my two rooted cuttings from the UK.

Best.....
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Gidday Graydon,

Here's a couple of pics of three of my trees, old pics, apart from the Toyo Nishiki [further styled since this pic] the other two have been repotted into deeper pots, will try to do some pics real soon.

Your Toyo Nishiki stock is looking far better than mine I think, so where did you find yours, I managed to get my two rooted cuttings from the UK.

Best.....
redroo
Thanks - I got them from Brent at Evergreen Gardenworks. He's got some great stock, it's a shame he can't ship overseas.
 

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