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Persimmon Trees

Persimmon Trees

Enjoy a delicious persimmon when you purchase a persimmon fruit tree from Isons.com. We offer both types of persimmon trees, the “astringent varieties” like the Hachiya that should only be eaten when ripe and the “non-astringent” like the Fuyu or Jiro that can be eaten while the flesh is crisp like an apple.  Isons.com is dedicated to providing excellent persimmon trees, as well as additional fruit trees for sale.

Persimmon trees will start to produce fruit after approximately 3 years. You’ll get a full harvest from your persimmon fruit tree at about 6 years of age. At that point, you will have about 40 to 50 pounds of persimmons each year. Most persimmon tree varieties are red or dark orange when ripe. As long as they have been properly ripened, you can eat persimmons raw or use them in cooking. They are high in vitamin C and iron.

Persimmon trees like full sun and flourish in well-drained soil. Set persimmon trees 25 to 30 feet apart in zones 6 to 10. Typical fruit is the size of large peaches. Persimmon trees grow to 25 to 30 feet. We suggest cross-pollination to increase quality of fruit and reduce fruit drop. Place your order today! We are confident you’ll be satisfied with our fruit trees for sale.

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Fuyu Persimmon Tree

Fuyu Persimmon Tree

Pre-Order Now for Winter Delivery 2014-15.

Large deep orange fruit is firm, crispy and sweet. Excellent for fresh eating.

$24.95
Hana-Fuyu Persimmon Tree

Hana-Fuyu Persimmon Tree

Pre-Order Now for Winter Delivery 2014-15.

Very large, bright orange fruit is sweet and juicy.

$24.95
Jiro Persimmon Tree

Jiro Persimmon Tree

Pre-Order Now for Winter Delivery 2014-15.

Sweet, crunchy and firm, this fruit can be peeled and eaten like an apple. A popular non-astringent variety.

$24.95
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