If the ground is not frozen, I would plant them. Place the clove so the pointy end is just below the surface. Then cover with a few inches of straw.
If it's your only option I would do it.Green Mantis wrote:DDF, The ground is frozen, but the raised bed would be filled with about 2 feet high of well rotted horse manure.
So they would be almost two feet above the frozen ground, mulched with wheat straw. Would this work.
Thanks Soil. The quince in the photo is about 1/3 of total harvest. I sold 25lbs to a local taquerÃƒÂa. My sister in-law is part of a group called Friday Walkers. They took some home. I also sent several gallons home with 3 of my equipment repair clients. I will be making quince paste "membrillo" and quince/ medlar pancake sauce.soil wrote:Sorry about your trees, what kind of groundcover do you have?
Nice quince harvest, I got about 20 lbs of them myself. what do you do with them.