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Santa Rosa Quince

This was Mr. Burbank's second important new quince, and was given as a seedling from Rae's Mammoth, crossed with the Portugal quince. It is remarkable for its great size and productiveness, for beauty of form, and for the tender fleah and delicious flavor of its fruit, and the dimunitive size of the core. It was rechristened Child's Quince by the introducer to whom it was sold.

Santa Rosa Quince

This image is from: Luther Burbank: his methods and discoveries and their practical application. Volume 4 Chapter 7