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  Chaenomeles: A Relaxing and Strengthening Fruit
For chaenomeles, he also points out that "the liver governs the sinew and this medicinal is used for lack of strength in the lower extremities." The effect of chaenomeles on the sinews is both to strengthen and relax.
Chaenomeles relaxes the sinews by transforming dampness and invigorating the collaterals; it treats cramps and stiffness which are caused by dampness.
Chaenomeles is included to enhance the fluid resolving actions and to protect against the muscle cramping mentioned in the previous descriptions as a secondary effect of the stomach-spleen disorder.
www.itmonline.org /arts/chaenomeles.htm   (2225 words)

 Chaenomeles sp. - flowering quince
Chaenomeles are much beloved for bonsai because of their tiny, lovely flowers, and in spite of their prickly thorns.
Chaenomeles is one of the few species which prefers to be repotted in autumn, but can also be transplanted in early spring, or even summer if the top is properly cut back.
Chaenomeles is one of the specialties at our nursery, we grow some twenty odd cultivars, most from asia, colors from white to dark red.
www.bonsaiweb.com /care/faq/chaenomeles.html   (2246 words)

 Chaenomeles: Potential New Fruit Crop for Northern Europe
The genus Chaenomeles Lindley (chaenomeles) is assigned to the subfamily Maloideae of the ecologically and economically important Rosaceae (Phipps et al.
Chaenomeles japonica is a dwarf shrub (0.6–1.2 m) which occurs in central and south Japan at elevations from 100–2100 m on hillsides, and on riverbanks and lakeshores (Weber 1964).
Chaenomeles thibetica is a large shrub (1.5–3 m) and wild-growing populations have been reported from 2700 m.
www.hort.purdue.edu /newcrop/ncnu02/v5-385.html   (3856 words)

 Species Guide Chaenomeles Flowering Quince Bonsai
Chaenomeles is a genus of 3 species of deciduous, spiny shrubs from mountain woodland in Japan and China.
Chaenomeles speciosa varieties More vigorous than C.japonica, with similar leaves reaches a height of upto 2.5metres when grown as an ornamental.
Chaenomeles x superba (C.japonica x C.speciosa) There are a large number of hybrids between C.japonica and C.speciosa that carrying traits from both species.
www.bonsai4me.com /SpeciesGuide/Chaenomeles.html   (349 words)

 Acupuncturetoday.com | tell me about Chaenomeles Fruit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Native to east Asia, the chaenomeles fruit comes from a tree, chaenomeles sinensis (Touin) Koehne, which grows predominantly in China and reaches a height of approximately 20 feet.
In traditional Chinese medicine, chaenomeles fruit has sour and warm properties, and is associated with the Liver and Spleen meridians.
The typical dose of chaenomeles fruit is between 6 and 12 grams, decocted in water and drunk as a tea.
www.acupuncturetoday.com /herbcentral/chaenomeles_fruit.html   (438 words)

 Chaenomeles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chaenomeles is a genus of three species of deciduous spiny shrubs, usually 1–3 m tall, in the family Rosaceae.
The fruit is a pome with five carpels; it ripens in late autumn.
Chaenomeles is used as a food plant by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Brown-tail and the leaf-miner Bucculatrix pomifoliella.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chaenomeles   (398 words)

 The Quinces
There are several species of Chaenomeles and are usually used as flowering shrubs, less than six feet and grown into hedges.
The leaves on all Chaenomeles are serrated and spiny and usually rounded.
Chaenomeles cathayensis is also a native of China.
www.nafex.org /consultants/quince.htm   (591 words)

 Quince   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
General Informaton: Chaenomeles are much beloved for bonsai because of their tiny, lovely flowers, and in spite of their prickly thorns.
Chaenomeles 'Orange Delight' - This cultivar, with its orange flowers, pale leaves and low-growing habit, is a sure-fire fruit former.
Chaenomeles x superba - a hybrid between C. lagenaria and C. japonica.
www.bonsai-bci.com /species/quince.html   (761 words)

 Floridata: Chaenomeles speciosa
The hybrid flowering quince, Chaenomeles x superba, is a cross between C.
Chaenomeles speciosa, the flowering quince, is native to eastern Asia.
This is a variety of Chaenomeles x superba, a hybrid between C.speciosa and C.
www.floridata.com /ref/C/chae_spe.cfm   (512 words)

 Real Living - StatesmanJournal.com
Chaenomeles flowering quince “Chojo Red” is among the latter.
Flowering quince either can be Chaenomeles speciosa, C. japonica or one of the many number of hybrids between the two.
Chaenomeles speciosa ‘Cameo:’ 5 feet by 5 feet, double apricot-pink flowers grace this outstanding flowering quince, Zones 4-8; Salem is in Zone 8
news.statesmanjournal.com /article.cfm?i=175977   (554 words)

 Evergreen Gardenworks Descriptive Catalog: Carpinus, Cedrus, Chaenomeles
Chaenomeles should not be confused with so called Chinese quince which is Pseudocydonia sinensis, which we no longer carry.
This is another one of the few Chaenomeles cultivars that forms a reasonably thick trunk in a reasonable amount of time.
2340 Chaenomeles 'Simonii Perfecta' Single flowered red quince with a very bright saturated color that is hard to describe.
www.evergreengardenworks.com /carpinus.htm   (3201 words)

 Paghat's Garden: Chaenomeles x superba, Light Red
Chaenomeles x superba, or the Superba Series of hybrids, are crosses of the Chinese Flowering Quince (C.
But species of Chaenomeles were formerly categorized as Cydonia, & their tart fruits are also edible.
The autumn fruits of are famously sour & inedible raw.
www.paghat.com /quince2.html   (887 words)

 Karin or Chaenomeles sinensis - Japanese Gardens Forum - GardenWeb
We grow various cultivars of Chaenomeles speciosa, Chaenomeles japonica and Chaenomeles x superba at Chicago Botanic Garden and for the most part, they do really well.
I'm in zone 7, but I do know for sure that Chaenomeles sinensis just do fine even in zone 3 from my memory -- actually your zone 5 would be most ideal.
Flowering quince doesn't automatically mean Chaenomeles japonica, as already indicated other species are grown as well, including C. x californica, C. speciosa and C. x superba.
forums.gardenweb.com /forums/load/jgard/msg0616393627351.html   (547 words)

 Thursday's Plant -- Chaenomeles speciosa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Flowering quince braves the unpredictable early-spring weather to provide an explosion of color that arrives weeks before that of other spring-flowering shrubs.
Flowering quinces (Chaenomeles speciosa) are grown for their warm-colored flowers and thorny, gray-brown branches.
Waxy flowers emerge before or during the first flush of growth in early spring -- anywhere from late January through March in the South, March and April in northern regions.
www.greenbeam.com /features/plant080299.stm   (515 words)

 PLANTS Profile for Chaenomeles speciosa (flowering quince) | USDA PLANTS
PLANTS Profile for Chaenomeles speciosa (flowering quince)
See county distributions for the following states by clicking on them below or on the map.
Chaenomeles speciosa (Sweet) Nakai occures in the following states: Connecticut, District of Columbia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Missouri, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, Wisconsin
plants.usda.gov /java/profile?symbol=CHSP12   (145 words)

 BioMatNet Item: FAIR-CT97-3894 - Japanese quince (Chaenomeles japonica): a new European fruit crop for production of ...
The general objective of the project is to develop Japanese quince (Chaenomeles japonica) to a competitive European industrial multipurpose crop for production of juice, flavour and fruit fibre.
They are too firm and acid to be consumed fresh, but useful after processing.
An estimate of genetic and morphologic variation of different characters for genotypes in domesticated and natural populations of Chaenomeles species
www.biomatnet.org /secure/Fair/S912.htm   (716 words)

 chaenomeles speciosa on Flickr - Photo Sharing!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
This resembles a plum blossom (ume), but this is boke in Japanese, and an on-line dictionary tells me it's "chaenomeles speciosa," which I can barely read.
This resembles a plum blossom (ume), but this is boke in Japanese, and an on-line dictionary tells me it's "chaenomeles speciosa," which I can barely read.
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www.flickr.com /photos/nofrills/9473324   (117 words)

 Chaenomeles japonica, Japanese Flowering Quince, : The Bonsai Photo Guide
Chaenomeles japonica, Japanese Flowering Quince, : The Bonsai Photo Guide
The photographs in this guide are indexed in several different ways.
The author can accept no responsibility for errors or omissions of any kind.
www.bonsaiguide.com /BPG/BS_A0146.HTM   (67 words)

 Chaenomeles speciosa Seasonal Interest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Flowers: White, pink, rose or red flowers in February or March.
Foliage: Medium to dark green, medium to coarse texture, plant is larger than Chaenomeles japonica.
Fruit: Greenish yellow apple-like fruits, not common, larger than Chaenomeles japonica.
www.uark.edu /campus-resources/cotinus/plants3_html/chsp1.html   (60 words)

 PlantFiles: Detailed information on Flowering Quince Chaenomeles 'Contorta'
PlantFiles: Detailed information on Flowering Quince Chaenomeles 'Contorta'
Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater
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