Persimmon is a southeastern U.S. native tree that is easily recognized in winter by its unusual rugged, blocky bark. Female trees produce large orange-brown fleshy fruit that are edible after the first frost. Thick, dark green leaves turn a yellow fall color.� Native persimmon is not readily available in nurseries, but several selected cultivars are produced for their edible fruit.
Diospyros virginiana - Persimmon 2G
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