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Unusually for Japanese flowering quince a ‘Chojubai’, this old tree was in full bloom mode since mid-August. Although a Chojubai you can usually push a flower almost every month of the year, usually in peak bloom from January to April, before the leaves come out. This amount of bloom in the summer is not common.
is common, however, to see this few leaves in a Chojubai at this time of year. in late summer more than half of the leaves yellow and delivery, and has nothing to panic over. the tree is simply taking a break. in a couple of months have gone all the leaves. so that’s what’s going on there. This tree is not on the boat, however, please do not write me about it … a pot color smaller turquoise, square will be its new home next year.
This article was originally published on http://crataegus.com/2012/09/08/summer-flowering-chojubai/