With twisting branches similar to those of the infamous and ever-popular Harry Lauder Walking Stick (Contorted Filbert), the Contorta Flowering Quince, also called Contorted Quince, adds a new dimension: pretty flowers! In early to mid spring the twisting branches are covered in pink buds that open to pretty flowers with marbled pink and white petals. But not only are the branches contorted, its deep green leaves that emerge after the flowers are curled as well. Budded branches are perfect for cutting and use indoors to bloom in vases and cut flower arrangements. Get all the details below!