Re: Wanted: Quince Cuttings
I'm not familiar with strawberry quince. Perhaps that is a variety of flowering quince which, while producing fruit, is different that the fruiting quince Cydonia Oblonga.
And unfortunately, as you may have seen in a recent post, Lon Rombough will no longer be sending out cuttings and scions. I don't know anything about the handling of his estate. I do respect his expressed opinion on varieties.
But perhaps a direct and exciting way to fill your request is by going to the annual scion exchange which is now called the Fruit Propogation Fair. It always has several varieties of quince scions on hand.http://www.homeorchardsociety.org/events/
This year's event is March 17th at the Clackamas County Fairgrounds.