Find a great companion for a flowering quince, which is one of spring’s earliest blooming shrubs to grow. Making the right choice for a companion for them will not only enhance your display of flowers, it will accent it’s beauty in the spring and help to mask it’s bare branches in the winter. In this article, you will find some ideal companion options for your flowering quince, and explanations for why they make such great companions for them.
- There are many quince companions that will accent its spring beauty and screen the winter spikiness of its bare branches.
- A few good shrub and tree companions for flowering quince are forsythia, flowering almond, spirea, mock orange, pyracantha, as well as some early spring flowering trees and evergreen plants.
- Tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, and the smaller grape hyacinths make good bulb companion plants for flowering quince.
“One of the better companions for flowering quince is forsythia. The golden blooms arrive just about the same time as the quince flowers and the yellow color really makes the quince’s pink-red blooms stand out.”