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Quinces can be grown in Cleveland (and in Pittsburgh.) They have pretty, japanese print type flowers. They are self-fertile and don't need a pollinator. They are under 8ft at maturity. Growers claim they fruit in the 1st year. They like damp, clay acid soil. You might need one to call your own.

Shoot, and all I did this year was concord grape jelly. Came out nice, though. It was quite a year for grapes.

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