Great Wall Asian Persimmon
The hardiest of the Asian Persimmons to -10 degrees F. Squarish two-inch fruit ripens earlier than most cultivars. The very sweet fruit is astringent and needs to be eaten after autumn frosts. Cooking or freezing will also remove the astringency. The tree is upright, somewhat slow growing and biennial. On hardy D. Virginiana rootstock.
USDA Zone: 6-10
Grow Height: 25'
Sun: Full Sun
Ripening Time: October/November
Pollination: Partially Self-Fertile
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