American persimmon

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Synonyms for American persimmon

medium-sized tree of dry woodlands in the southern and eastern United States bearing yellow or orange very astringent fruit that is edible when fully ripe

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Its color is similar to an American persimmon, but the fruit are often larger, and some varieties are conical or acorn shaped.
Meader is an American persimmon, with small to medium sweet orange fruits, 114 to 2 inches in diameter.
"One such selection I've made is an American persimmon my partner discovered on the side of Interstate 65 in north-central Alabama, which I've named 'Interstate.' I've chosen this persimmon out of the scores and scores of roadside foraging spots we frequent around north Alabama as the best candidate to save and propagate.
American persimmons ripen through yellow and orange to an orange-red hue, with a bluish blush in a few cultivars, and range in size from as small as a cherry to as large as a small apple.
The American Persimmon ranges throughout the eastern half of the United States from the Great Plains to the Atlantic Coast, north to the 40th parallel (Halls, 1981).
We placed the pots in a refrigerator at 4 C for 68 d to cold-stratify the seeds, which is a requirement for the American Persimmon to germinate (Halls, 1981).
I garden near the northern limit of persimmon growing, so I grow an early ripening variety of American persimmon, such as Meader, Pieper, and Szukis.
Many oriental persimmons do not need cross-pollination; most American persimmons do.
I'd love to get hold of some American Persimmon root to fashion several mauls.--Hank
The traditional method to produce persimmon tree seedlings is by grafting, performed in Diospyros kaki plants, or in American persimmons D.
They are also a very good source of vitamin-C, another powerful antioxidant (especially native Chinese and American persimmons; provide 80 per cent of DRI).
Provitamin A (R-carotene, a-carotene and a- cryptoxanthin) and acid ascorbic content of Japanese and American persimmons. J.
For the Low-maintenance landscape: Fruit/Nut Trees: Pawpaws American Persimmons, Hazelnuts, Beechnuts, Redbud
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