For some plants, propagation can be a complicated process but for quince it's pretty easy.
First off you need a quince that is in flower. Take as many 6" cuttings as you want from it. Make sure each cutting has several leaves.
Dip the exposed area in rooting hormone.
Insert the cutting into a 4" pot filled with potting soil. Water.
Place the pot in a greenhouse or inside a clear plastic bag in the house. After 6 weeks, remove the bag (if used) and repot in a larger container.
I'm going to plant the quince outside around the end of June if the cutting has taken hold and the weather is warm.
That's it. Easy peasy.
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