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Japanese Flowering Quince Bonsai Tree (chaenomles 'toyo-nishiki')

Image: Japanese Flowering Quince Bonsai Tree (chaenomles 'toyo-nishiki') Sale Price: $69.95

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Japanese Flowering Quince Bonsai Tree (chaenomles 'toyo-nishiki')
Rare combination of red, white or pink flowers (or a combination of these colors) compose a rousing floral display in late winter and throughout early spring. Prized in Japan for bonsai, jam making and for it's large colorful blooms. Deciduous. Keep outdoors.

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