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Fuyu Giant Persimmon Tree
Fuyu Giant Persimmon Tree

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The  Fuyu Giant persimmon tree, Diospyros kaki 'Fuyu Giant' rates as the most popular Japanese persimmon that is grown in the United States.  This non-astringent persimmon fruit can be eaten even before it is completely ripe, with some green color may be still on the skin.  The Fuyu Giant persimmon develop a delicious complex mixture of flavors that gives it a significant culinary importance for chefs.  The fruit is flat and orange in color when completely ripe, shaped much like a tomato. This Japanese Fuyu persimmon is cold hardy enough to grow in climate zones of 9 and 10.

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Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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First time planting a bareroot. March 23, 2017
Reviewer: Arthur Levine from Fort Myers, FL United States  
Plant looks good and was nicely root pruned. My persimmons are breaking dormancy now, let's see if the timing was right.

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don't know February 2, 2017
Reviewer: Laura Mani from homestead, FL United States  
whether it will make it.  Just received the plants.

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Arrived April 16, 2015
Reviewer: Jerome Sutter from Bellwood, IL United States  
The trees that I ordered arrived in excellent condition.  Very fast, and in okay shape.

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