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Persimmon

Persimmon (Diospyros virginiana)
American persimmon trees are very attractive with an upright form and distinctive ‘alligator hide’ bark pattern. Waxy, blue-green droopy leaves turn a striking golden yellow in the fall with their orange, golf ball sized fruit which ripens very late, often hanging on the tree after the leaves drop. When fully ripe, persimmons are soft and honey-sweet with a dash of spice. The unusual, delectable flavour possibly explains the Latin name for persimmon which means ‘food of the gods’.

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