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Bare Root Persimmons

Our persimmons are oriental varieties, the type usually sold in markets. Persimmons need little chill and they are cold hardy to USDA Zones 7 to 10. The trees are a great addition to the landscape. They have lovely fall color and, after the leaves drop, the bright orange fruits remain on the tree. The prime difference in varieties involves whether or not the fruit is astringent. If it is, it must ripen to the soft stage to be edible.

For ideas on using and preserving persimmons, Elizabeth Schneider’s book Uncommon Fruits & Vegetables is very informative. Persimmons are used in puddings, cakes, cookies and salads. They taste like candy when dried and, for an unusual breakfast, add some sliced Fuyu persimmons and a handful of pomegranate seeds to your bowl of cereal!

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Persimmons

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Chocolate Persimmon

Small to medium size persimmon, oblong with bright red skin. Sweet, spicy, firm brown flesh with superb flavor - the choice of connoisseurs. Astringent until ripe. Fall harvest, late October through November. Cold hardy to zone 7. 200 hours. Self-fruitful. On Lotus rootstock.

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Coffeecake (Nishimura Wase) Persimmon

From Japan. Earliest known variety to ripen in California. Ripens a month before Fuyu; mid September to mid October. Medium to large persimmon, almost round, non-astringent fruit is eaten while still firm. Has unique, spicy-sweet complex flavor that contrasts with the delicate, sweet flavor of Fuyu. Each fruit has four or more seeds, developing a sweet, juicy, chocolate brown flesh. Cold hardy to zone 7. 100 hours. Pollenized by Chocolate or Saijo. On Lotus rootstock.

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Fuyu (Jiro) Persimmon

Medium sized, non-astringent persimmon with flat shape, still hard when ripe. Cool or hot climates. Hardy, attractive tree, practically pest free. Fall harvest, mid October through November. Cold hardy to zone 7. 200 hours. Self-fruitful. On Lotus rootstock.

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Giant Fuyu Persimmon

Larger, sweeter, juicier and not as flat as Fuyu. Firm when ripe, sweet, flavorful, non-astringent persimmon. Easy to grow in cool or hot climates. Cold hardy to zone 7. Fall harvest, mid October to mid November. 200 hours. Self-fruitful. On Lotus rootstock.

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Hachiya Persimmon

Large, deep orange red, acorn shaped persimmon. Hot summer required to ripen fruit. Sweet, flavorful, astringent until soft-ripe. Productive, ornamental. Late harvest, mid Nov. to early Dec. Cold hardy to zone 7. 200 hrs. Self-fruitful. On Lotus rootstock.

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Hana Fuyu (Yotsudani) Persimmon

Large to very large fruit. Non-astringent. Dark orange skin, orange flesh. Ripens in late October to early November. Reliable producer. Resistant to frost. Flavor is greatly enhanced by cold storage. Cold hardy to zone 7, maybe 6. 200 hours. Self-fruitful. On Kaki rootstock.

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Matsumoto Wase Persimmon

Tasty orange non-astringent fruit. Bud mutation of Fuyu. Ripens about two weeks earlier than Fuyu in late September to early October. Self-fruitful. Cold hardy to zone 7. 200 hours. On Kaki rootstock.

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Saijo Persimmon

Old Japanese variety known as 'The Very Best One.' Medium, elongated, astringent yellow fruit. Gourmets claim it to be the sweetest of the persimmons. Cold hardy to Zone 6. Can be dried while firm which removes the astringency. Ripens in November. 200 hours. Self-fruitful. On Kaki rootstock.

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