You are best to thoroughly improve your soil before planting your Quince as none of them do well in wet soil. Mound the soil up in a rolling ‘hill’ that is big enough that when your Quince is planted the side roots are still nice and deep in soil. I would expect your mound will need to be about 1.2m – 1.5m in diameter. Mix Gypsum and good quality compost into your dug hole and ensure that some of the original soil is also mixed with your new compost. If your soil is quite gluggy or clay like, do not put all of the original soil back into this area, rather use more new garden mix.
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