Fruit Japanese Persimmon 'Rosseyana'

Grower's Comments: Pollination Variant Astringent, fruits should be eaten when they are 'soft ripe'

Spring;

12 feet; best if pruned to size

100 - 225; (PVA) (##)

USDA Zone 7 to USDA Zone 10

fULL sUN


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SizePrice
7g$46.95
10g$52.50
15g$58.50
20g$65.00

A good example of a cold hardy Russian Japanese Persimmon, which was the result of an early cross between it and our native American Persimmon. No seeds although if pollinated by another Japanese Persimmon occasionally seeds will be present. Matures into a quite handsome tree, although if left not pruned, much fruit will be hard to harvest. Quite a consistent and heavy bearer, they ripen in late November in our area, give a take a week or two. Taste is closer to our native American Persimmon than other Japanese Persimmons.