Chinese quince or Karin (scientific name:Pseudocydonia sinensis) is native to China, and it is a cold-resistant deciduous trees of the family Rosaceae. Peachless flowers bloom in spring, fruit with oval oval orange in fall. Fruits have fragrances. Although it is not suitable for raw eating, it is used as a cough medicine as well as being eaten as a karin liquor, sugar pickled, jam.
Common name: Chinese quince, scientific name: Pseudocydonia sinensis , Country flower: Myanmar, also known as: Karin, origin: China, plant height: 3 to 12 m, leaf obovate, leaf arrangement: alternate, leaf edge: serrated, flowering time: March to May, flower color: pink and white, flower diameter: 2.5 to 3 cm, petals: 5, fruit watching period: July to November, fruit color: green to yellow, fruit diameter: 10 cm, fruit season: October to November, fruit shape: oval shape · oval shape.